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    A whiteboard up to 15 people anywhere in the world can control.

    Epson has added two new BrightLink Pro-Series whiteboard projectors designed to revolutionize meeting rooms and classrooms. The BrightLink Pro 1430Wi and 1420Wi transform any flat surface, such as existing whiteboards and tables, into digital whiteboards and interactive spaces by using built-in tools that don’t require a computer or software. The new series feature a new Whiteboard Sharing Tool that allows up to 15 participants to join a whiteboarding session directly from any mobile device with a web browser or from another BrightLink Pro – without using a software or app. BrightLink Pro ultra-short throw is designed for businesses, as well as education,. Unlike traditional whiteboards, users can add up to 50 blank pages for virtually unlimited writing space, as well as save, print and email notes. Up to 15 people can edit and annotate on top of existing image or document files. The highest end model the BrightLink Pro 1430Wi supports gestures up to six fingers for annotations, as well as dual-pen support. Plug the BrightLink Pro into a computer and you can have a 100” touch screen tablet right on the wall. Under $3,000. 

    Epson Video: http://bcove.me/3ujqmchk


    It’s $2580 here on Amazon (As of 4/16/15)

    Epson BrightLink Pro 1430Wi LCD Projector - HDTV - 16:10   

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