Luidia intros eBeam Engage Multimedia Interactive Whiteboard


Luidia, Inc announced eBeam Engage,  a multimedia interactive whiteboard, which features a speaker by JBL, a one-touch recording mechanism, a magnetic wireless keyboard and a lightweight stylus integrated into a single console for seamless presentations.

With eBeam Engage you could transform every existing classroom whiteboards and walls into interactive teaching spaces.  Installation takes minutes and requires no special tools.The portable unit works with standard projectors and both Windows® and Macintosh® computers. eBeam Engage includes the eBeam Home button, which can be customized with favorite Web sites, applications and more, allowing presenters to jump to their favorite selections right from the board. In addition, eBeam Engage provides a wireless keyboard for quick text entry and a physical knob for scrolling through documents directly from the board, something no other interactive whiteboard on the market can claim.”

eBeam Engage

“We continually analyze how users work and collaborate in the real world, so we can create new products and refine existing ones to better meet the needs of educators,” said Rafi Holtzman, CEO, Luidia. “There’s an evolving need for educational tools that can effectively integrate the various forms of information conveyed in classrooms. The eBeam product family removes these barriers so educators can effectively engage, share and capture knowledge and ideas.”

The eBeam Engage is backed with three year limited warranty with option to extend to seven years total for USB  $899.95 USD and $1,099.95 USD for Bluetooth Enabled

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