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Hitachi is launching an Entry level Interactive White Board, which is effective in classroom and is also the most economic

Hitachi Limited, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is a leading global electronics company with a turnover of US$ 120 billion (fiscal year ended March 31st, 2012), with approximately 360,000 employees worldwide, and having expertise across sectors like information systems, electronic devices, power and industrial systems, consumer products, materials, logistics and financial services.

The basic credo of Hitachi is to further elevate its founding concepts of harmony, sincerity and pioneering spirit, to instill a resolute pride in being a member of Hitachi, and thereby to contribute to society through the development of superior, original technology and products.

A world-leader in digital learning and presentation technology, Hitachi offers advanced interactive whiteboards, cutting-edge LCD projectors and premium LCD & LED televisions. Hitachi’s innovative interactive whiteboards are marketed under the brand name StarBoard, and are renowned for their durability, ease of use and advanced proprietary software. Hitachi is also a world leader in the LCD projector space, including ultra & ultimate –short Throw projector technology which virtually eliminates shadows.

Hitachi launched its new Dual Touch Interactive Board StarBoard FX 79E1 in the DIDAC show. These Interactive Boards with the power of Hitachi StarBoard Software will raise the standard for performance with Hitachi’s industry-leading interactive technology.

Hitachi’s Starboard Software which is a powerful tool which enables a host of user benefits like
  • Easy and Intuitive: Software tools are readily accessible through multiple menu options.
  • Conference Feature: Collaborate and conference with colleagues around the globe.
  • Multi-touch Gestures: Use your fist to scroll, two fingers to erase or zoom in and out.
  • External Applications: Create toolbar shortcuts to popular software applications.
  • Google™ image integration: Drag and drop images instantly into StarBoard software.
  • Customizable search engines: Add up to 4 search engines directly into the software.
  • Handwriting recognition: Instantly convert freehand notes into text with the text pen.
  • Simultaneous users: Up to three users can collaborate on the board at the same time.
  • Customizable interface: Customize your toolbar and screen layout to suit your needs.
  • Import documents: Import MS Office files, make annotations, and save all your work

StarBoard FX-79E1/89WE1 series interactive whiteboards bring finger-driven interactivity to your classroom or conference room. These models combine simplicity of design and solid surface with the latest interactive technology. Their fingerdriven features and multi-touch gesture capabilities make StarBoard FX-79E1/89WE1 intuitive for anyone to use. The large surface of these boards provides an additional working space and contributes to comfortable group work.

Finger-Driven Technology Use your finger, stylus pen or any object to easily navigate through activities, websites, and multimedia content

Multi-Touch Features

Control the whiteboard naturally with the multi-touch gestures – use your finger to annotate, fist to scroll and two fingers to erase or zoom in and out.

‘‘Dual-Pen’’ Feature

Thanks to the ‘‘Dual-Pen’’ feature, two users can write and work on the whole surface of the board simultaneously.

Quick Access to Frequently Used Tools

The function buttons situated on each side of the board allow quick access to the most frequently used tools.

All products are designed with a world class technology and made available to all customers with a local service support

Hitachi’s feature rich Super Short Throw range of Projectors – Hitachi CPD 27 and Hitachi CP-D32

Hitachi Short Throw projectors set a new standards in the projector industry by throwing a diagonal image of 75” from a distance of just 2.5ft

Hitachi’s CP-D 27 is a 2700 Lumens short throw and D32 would be 3200 Lumens brightness which can completely cover the educational segment requirement.

The fish eye lens design provide a longer life and hassle free set up

Both CP-D27 and CP-D 32 are wireless ready, networkable and with USB input facility too.

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