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Boxlight Expands Interactive Touch Options

The MimioFrame touch board kit uses teachers’ existing classroom whiteboard, projector and computer to turn any whiteboard into a ten-touch interactive whiteboard.
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Boxlight Corporation today announced two new touch technology products ready to ship. The MimioFrame touch board kit is a front-of-classroom interactive solution that turns conventional whiteboards into touch boards in less than 15 minutes. The ProColor 490 Touch Table enables up to four students to work on interactive lessons; it can also be used to develop fine motor skills in special needs classrooms.

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MimioFrame

The MimioFrame touch board kit uses teachers’ existing classroom whiteboard, projector and computer to turn any whiteboard into a ten-touch interactive whiteboard. Teachers and students gain an 87-inch (diagonal size) area that works with non-interactive projector to become an interactive touch space.

MimioFrame’s 10-point Touch 360° interactivity enables up to 10 single-point touch users or five dual-touch and gesture users to work together, using their finger or a stylus to write, draw or erase. 

The MimioFrame touch board kit also includes MimioStudio™ classroom software, which connects all Boxlight products.

ProColor 490 Touch Table

This 4K-resolution touch table includes the MimioStudio™ classroom software as well as the MimioMobile™ Team app, which allows up to four students to work together on interactive lessons and perform real-time assessments. Additionally, with MimioMobile Team students can work collaboratively on several touch tables in a single classroom and teachers can share any combination of students’ work on the front-of-the-class display.

The table’s screen enables up to 12 touch-points, allowing students to move, zoom, rotate, and draw. The ProColor touch screen is similar to that of a giant tablet, so special needs students with motor skill challenges can use it while also honing fine motor skills.

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