Interaction without the Projector
Forget about washed-out images and the pen disappearing in the shadow of your hand because Sharp’s Aquos Board is based on a touch-sensitive LCD monitor panel. Available in 60-, 70- and 80-inch models, the Aquos Board has HD resolution and responds to an included pen or two fingers at a time as well as a physical eraser that the screen automatically detects to remove written items. The screen has a control strip on the side for doing things like picking the line width and color and printing or savings what’s on the screen. There are several backgrounds that can help in the classroom, like a calendar and graph paper.