Wireless tablet offers multiple digital functions

 ELMO USA Corporation announces the release of  its Wireless Tablet.Teachers and students can use the ELMO Wireless Tablet to collectively draw, annotate, manipulate images, and interact with multi media resources and applications.  The  Pen’s function can be switched between “Pencil”,
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 ELMO USA Corporation announces the release of its Wireless Tablet.

Teachers and students can use the ELMO Wireless Tablet to collectively draw, annotate, manipulate images, and interact
with multi-media resources and applications. The Pen’s function can be switched between “Pencil”, “Brush” and “Marker” and used in multiple modes, including blackboard, document camera, PC operation (to work as a mouse), and PC drawing.

The tablet comes with Image Mate Accent software, a suite of annotation tools used to create and add-in effects
for greater visual impact. Users can draw on live images projected from a document camera, as well as incorporate digital multimedia.

The ELMO Tablet will be available June 2010 at a retail price of $399.

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