BETT 2012: Promethean Unveils Interactive Table

1/13/2012 5:34:00 AM
Promethean unveiled the ActivTable at BETT 2012. The ActivTable is aimed towards primary school and special educational needs learners. At 46 inches, the screen provides a large interactive surface areas and allows up to six students to use it at any one time, with ample room for them to work together.

The ActivTable comes with web browser capabilities, individual tool libraries, and support for numerous applications and activitie. Teachers can also create tailor-made activities in order to meet core curriculum learning objectives. The ActivTable integrates with Promethean and third party resources, content and solutions, including interactive whiteboards.

See the ActivTable in action.
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