eBeam White Board: with real pens and a real eraser
eBeam White Board is the world’s lightest and most portable interactive pen and display board system.
It transforms any surface into an interactive white board where you can write with real pens (no need for a video projector, unlike the eBeam Edge system).
You simply have to put the receiver onto any kind of surface area (white board, light-colored wall, etc.). The whole thing only weighs 300 grams and can be set up in just a few seconds. Three braces are included (suction pads, magnet, double-sided tape) to attach the system: you can take your interactive white board wherever you go.
The eBeam White Board mobile IWB comes with 4 markers with caps and an eraser. These tools send a signal to the receiver that can reproduce your drawings in color. So you’ll be ready right away to take down notes or run your session. It’s as simple as that!!!
Available wired (USB) or wireless (BlueTooth)
Just connect the eBeam White Board to a USB port and you’re ready to use it. You don’t need any power source or additional cables.
The BlueTooth version lets you connect your computer to the white board without any cable at all.
Free IWB software is included so you can take notes during your meeting.
In addition to the Speechi White Board software designed for teaching, eBeam White Board comes with the eBeam software (for either PC or Mac operating systems) so you can take notes during meetings either from the board or from a flipchart. The flipchart includes some brand new capabilities.
Whether you are a teacher, business professional, engineer, or artist – or maybe a little of all those things, eBeam gives you the capabilities that are going to make your life easier and your work more efficient. Anybody (whether alone or in a group) who uses a board to create, take notes, design, and share ideas is going to benefit from this software.
For a teacher:
Print the notes made on the board or save them in an animated format.
Save your classes and let students interact with the material instead of just taking their own notes
For marketing directors, product managers, and engineers :
Save your notes in a pdf and send them off by email.
Annotate your PowerPoint presentation by hand to mark changes made to the document
Keep written track of your brainstorming sessions
Share your actual white board in real time on the web and disseminate your notes on the Internet or on an Intranet