AV, Presentation & Display
Dell Launches 3 Interactive Display Products and Collaboration Software
Dell has introduced three new
interactive display products and new classroom collaboration software.
the products launched during
the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference
Denver is a 70-inch interactive conference room monitor with large
display for collaboration, 10-point hand touch plus two styluses, an
and anti-smudge coating on the cover glass for easy viewing and
components for clear text and images. The monitor can support remote
and offers optional wireless connectivity. The C7017T is now available
order for $4,999.99.
alternatives include Dell's
two new interactive projectors that can project images on an existing
or even a wall. The projectors display text and images in full HD
resolution and come with plug and play connectivity on multiple devices.
The S560T features
10-point touch interactivity, allowing students and teachers to write,
and draw. It also allows users to switch seamlessly between using their
and writing with a stylus.
The S560P features
active styluses (IR Pens) for a natural writing or drawing experience
users and the projected images or programs.
the S560T and S560P will be
available beginning July 12.
Dell has introduced Dell
Classroom, a Chrome-based software that is intended to promote
engagement between students and teachers. For instance, it allows
digitally raise their hands or message a teacher privately, helping
reservations or disabilities that may prevent them from participating.
can group students by
simply dragging and dropping. It also provides a student-teacher chat
a digital bulletin board and polling and quiz capabilities. It can
with Google Classroom and allows teachers to quickly move back and
between Google Classroom and Dell Classroom.
software will be available
for free download onto Dell Chromebooks beginning in the third quarter
heard from educators and
administrators that, as more devices were being introduced into the
and put into the hands of students and teachers, that there exists a
easy-to-use collaboration tools that help with student-teacher
engagement," said Jon Phillips, managing director of Dell Worldwide
Michael Hart is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and the former executive editor of THE Journal.