An interactive screen is a monitor that has an integrated interactivity feature. This means that the customer has a touch screen on which he/she, using special tools, can mark relevant things: make drawings, compare graphs, and so on.

An interactive screen comes with a number of special pens that enable you to mark the most important things on the screen similarly like on a chalkboard, as well as write using different thicknesses, change colours and, if necessary, easily erase your notes with a hand or finger. Such screens are most commonly used in schools, offices, meeting rooms, museums, supermarkets and other similar places.

Interactive screens come in different sizes. Their diagonals range 43 to 86 inches. No less important is the resolution of such screens.

Nowadays, almost all interactive screens have 4K resolution. This ensures that the information you wish to display is conveyed accurately and in detail. These screens can also have computers integrated in them, which means opening up even more possibilities in their use, for example, using specialised programs or playing content without using your personal computer.

This is a particularly convenient solution when it comes to video conferencing. In addition to the computer equipment already mentioned, the screens can also have video conferencing equipment integrated: video camera, microphones and speakers, thanks to which all participants of the meeting will be able to view the information provided. Some screens also have an integrated video output interface, which is required to share an interactive screen image on a duplicate screen or an even larger projection.

For complete convenience, the image can be transferred to the interactive screen wirelessly, whether you are using Windows, iOS or Android operating system.

It is important to mention that these screens can be stationary mounted on a wall or mounted on a mobile stand. Apart from that, some models can rotate and be used both in a vertical and horizontal position, depending on the needs for the meeting or the information being presented.

After the meeting, all the information written or marked on the board may be sent to one person or a group of people via e-mail by simply clicking several buttons. Furthermore, any diagram not fully interpreted during the meeting can be saved to continue interpreting it the next time, or locked with a PIN code to ensure total confidentiality.

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