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Are All-In-One Flat Panels everything they are cracked up to be?

The Perils and Pitfalls of All-in-One Interactive Flat Panels in the Classroom

Have you ever seen a full return on investment in hanging an all-in-one interactive flat panel on the walls in your classrooms?  Are teachers using all the tools or are they mostly using them as a whiteboard, to play videos and maybe one or two other tools? From their sales pitch to all the tools, gadgets and gizmos that come from the IFP manufacturers – it seems like the screen should always be the focus. But is it really? Perhaps it’s time to ask yourself, is an IFP really the right solution?

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Wireless vs All-in-One Displays

Why Starting with Wireless Just Makes Sense

How all-in-one displays keep teachers tied to the front of the classroom – and why this is bad in today’s learning environment.

ScreenBeam vs AIO Displays

ScreenBeam let’s your teachers use the tools they know on their own devices. This equals better productivity and higher satisfaction when using technology.

Non-native, App-based solutions that often don’t do the basics well. They are using software to do something that is already a built-in function of all your devices.

ScreenBeam saves time. By immediately connecting to the projector or display through ScreenBeam, the instructors laptop that they work with all the time becomes the hub for flexibility while teaching with technology instead of the time suck of more PD just to learn how to use a board.

Bloatware on the screen that delays startup and tools that are often not used. Turning on a screen to connect to it, shouldn’t require a manual and a separate training for the app every time a new person uses it.

ScreenBeam was designed to work in Dense RF environments. With ScreenBeam’s advanced  connectivity technology, you never have to worry if it is going to work, it’s ready when you need it.

Poor performance in dense RF environments. The classroom with all the student devices in every room are dense RF environments, saturating channels quickly. This can lead to unreliable and unstable performance of built in wireless display of the AIO. It’s one thing to work in a lab, it’s another to work in real world environments.

ScreenBeam’s reliability is best in class. ScreenBeam has a proven track record of reliability, but more than that, by moving key apps to the teacher’s device, you never have to worry about losing access to key content should the display ever need repair.

If one thing breaks, it all breaks. With AIO displays, every function is tied to the display. If one part of the display becomes inoperable and needs repair, you lose access to everything.

Meeting the Needs of the Modern Classroom

ScreenBeam offers a dedicated solution that can be attached to any display, and it is not dependent on apps or software to function. It is not dependent on cannibalized, third-party solutions which may or may not have support due to mirroring being a secondary function of the display. ScreenBeam offers the app-free solution that purchasers need to give their end-users an easy-to-use experience and enhanced features that don’t get in the way of normal usage.

Features such as:

  • App-free, cross-platform experience
  • Latency free Touchback with our patented Ghost-Inking (Windows exclusive)
  • Native mirroring and extended screen modes
  • ScreenBeam Alert function for emergency messaging
  • Dedicated and reliable US-based service and support

All of this and we are continuing to innovate and improve to provide what is needed in today’s modern classroom.

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