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Optoma Launches New Premium IFPDs with Creative Board for Enhanced Learning Experiences and Remote Collaboration in Education and Enterprise Markets

FREMONT, Calif., September 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Optoma, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of large format display solutions and the No. 4K The UHD brand and the #1 DLP® brand worldwide and in the Americas*, today launched its new Creative Touch Interactive Flat Panel Displays (IFPDs) for educational and corporate environments. Offering intuitive and easy-to-use software, the new 5-Series interactive flat panels feature a creative board, an enhanced whiteboard with a floating toolbar, and multiple annotation tools, bringing your collaborative thinking and sharing ideas. With new tools and additional features, Optoma’s IFPDs are the perfect building blocks for educators and professionals to create and connect in their own way, enhancing remote learning and collaboration in classrooms, lecture halls, meeting rooms and other professional environments.

Optoma’s range of Creative Touch IFPDs are perfectly suited to meet the ever-changing needs of educational environments. Designed to support remote learning, IFPDs allow students to work together in real time from home, in the classroom, or anywhere, maximizing engagement in remote and hybrid learning environments. With the ability to connect to webcams with Optoma’s unique software, the Creative Touch 5-Series IFPDs offer the ultimate collaboration solution.

Personalization is top of mind with the new IFPDs, which feature several intuitive tools allowing users to modify and tailor the display to their specific needs. The quick-launch stylus features a dual tip, allowing teachers to switch between note-taking and highlighting in almost any color, ensuring lessons run smoothly. Simply remove the pen from the cradle and the Creative Board app or annotation mode will launch automatically.

The new Creative Board gives users greater flexibility by expanding their writing canvas via the Infinite Canvas feature, boosting creativity and limitless collaboration. The tool also gives users the ability to move annotations around the screen, allowing teachers, for example, to hide quiz answers and then share them later. Additionally, users can embed on-screen browser pages, allowing them to pull information such as images and other content directly into the workflow for better productivity.

“The new IFPDs have been carefully designed based on customer feedback and the needs of the education and enterprise markets, giving educators and business professionals even more customization options and innovative remote tools that support the collaborative classroom, blended learning and work environments where lessons and ideas can come to life,” said Gordon Healisbusiness manager, IFPD and LED at Optoma.

Known for their fingerprint-resistant illuminated panel, ultra-thin bezel, anti-reflective glass and up to 30-point multi-touch capabilities, the new IFPDs offer incredible interactive features for dynamic lessons, presentations and coaching sessions. creative brainstorming.

Features of the Optoma Creative Touch Series 5 Interactive Flat Panel:

  • Creative board with improved floating toolbar, customization tools and infinite canvas feature for more writing space
  • Built-in Android system and compatible with popular operating systems including Windows, Mac and Chrome
  • Creative Cast™ Pro app enables simultaneous image, document and screen sharing from up to four devices on the same network
  • Single sign-on via Google Account for easy access to Google Workspace, Google Drive, Dropbox, One Drive and other connected cloud apps
  • Customizable dual-tip quick-launch stylus delivers a realistic writing experience and automatically activates the whiteboard application or annotation mode during use

A value-added solution, Optoma Management Suite Cloud (OMS)™ is available on the 5 Series IFPDs, providing administrators and IT technicians with a real-time remote platform to monitor, manage and diagnose multiple displays simultaneously that are either on the same network or connected through the cloud server. OMS allows technicians to check status and make configurations to optimize performance and deliver emergency messages, alerts or announcements to screens around the world.

To better support our customers in the United States, Optoma is offering a five-year product warranty, including on-site service, for purchases made on Creative Touch 5-Series 5652RK, 5752RK, 5862RK models from From September 1 to December 31, 2022.

To find out more about the program, go to: https://www.optomausa.com/products/interactive-flat-panel-displays/education

DLP is a registered trademark of Texas Instruments.

OMS is a trademark of Optoma Corporation.

*No.1 4K UHD brand in the world
Data Source: PMA Research: Global Projector Census, A2021 / Q1-Q2, 2022.

*World’s #1 DLP Brand
Data Source: PMA Research: Global Projector Census, A2021 / Q1-Q2, 2022 for projectors +1000 lumens

*No.1 4K UHD brand in America
Data Source: PMA Research: Global Projector Census, A2021 / Q1-Q2, 2022

*America’s #1 DLP Brand
Data source: PMA Research: Worldwide Projector Census, Y2021/ Q1-Q2, 2022 for projectors + 500 lumens

About Optoma Technology, Inc.

Optoma combines advanced technology and innovation to deliver remarkable visual display products designed to connect audiences with engaging video experiences. From ProScene projectors and the company’s Creative Touch interactive flat panels to LED displays, Optoma’s suite of products can meet the demands of nearly any business environment, including conference rooms and classrooms, digital signage, businesses, houses of worship, retail and simulation environments. and control rooms. Optoma Technology is the U.S. headquarters of the Optoma Group, whose continental headquarters are also located in Europe and Asia. For more information, visit optoma.com.

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