ScreenBeam, provider of wireless display and collaboration solutions, today launched its latest education-based solution, ScreenBeam 1000 EDU. The new 4K wireless display and collaboration solution enables native content sharing without apps on all devices including student Chromebooks. ScreenBeam 1000 EDU will debut at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference (opens in new tab) in Philadelphia, PA on June 23 – 26 in booth #1008.
ScreenBeam 1000 EDU features include:
- Native wireless screen mirroring for Windows, iOS, macOS and Android
- 4K output supports any display natively
- Collaborate wirelessly using touch displays and Windows Ink across Office 365 apps
- Classroom orchestration and wireless display for up to 50 Windows 10 student devices
- Connects to displays, projectors and switchers via HDMI and USB
- Native extended desktop maintains use of device for other actions
ScreenBeam 1000 EDU includes the features found in ScreenBeam Classroom Commander (opens in new tab). This combination allows for both wireless display and student device orchestration for up to 50 Windows 10 student devices, without taxing the school’s network or requiring additional servers. It also enables better interactive learning as teachers can move freely throughout the classroom as well as utilize touch displays and wireless Inking.
Each ScreenBeam 1000 EDU also includes Central Management System (CMS) software (opens in new tab) to remotely manage largescale deployments across multiple locations, saving time and money.
Pricing and Availability
ScreenBeam 1000 EDU with Classroom Commander is now available at a special introductory price of $499 until September 30. Starting October 1, the price will be $599. To request a trial, contact your authorized ScreenBeam reseller, or submit a form here (opens in new tab).