Described as an intelligent alternative to the office projector the new board is a monster touch screen that allows users to video conference over Skype and from other video services accessing 1080p Full HD resolution.
“This screen brings stoic PowerPoint demonstrations to life” a Sharp executive said. Running primarily Windows applications the device is set to go on sale in Australia later this year according to Sharp Japan executives. Pricing has not been announced.
Available in 60-inch, 70-inch and 80-inch sizes, the new screen can be controlled via a stylus style pen or user’s hands.
“With AQUOS Board users can draw, take notes and even connect to a printer,” said Sharp’s US President Doug Albregts. “The AQUOS Board is poised to change the way we work. The workplace possibilities for the AQUOS Board are endless.”