Smart Boards
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Nowadays nearly all NYCDOE classrooms have some sort of interactive display. Now, TEQ.Com offers an array of interactive displays claiming much of the educational displays’ market share.

Evolution

Smart Tech made great quality Smart displays. The word Smart became a synonym for “Smart Boards” much like Google and Googling. However, in addition to quality, the Smart Boards standardized an array of ports and functionaries to their displays. For instance, one of the old models; unifi45 offer touch functionalities out of the box, and 4 colored “pick up” and wrote smart makers. The only drawback for this model, released years ago, was the overhead projector, which was oftentimes ridiculed by teachers considered weird and antiquated. However, over the years together with TEQ, the Smartboard has evolved into a beautiful, and effective educational piece for the modern educational classroom.

The Modern Smart Board

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In the era of the cheap flat panel TVs. Smart Tech has been able to dominate the modem smart board business. For instance, the model 7000 panel is a beautifully designed, suited to offer all the children the best possible experience. In addition to bringing back the 4 pick up and go markers, the 7000 series has a super sharp and resistant 4k LCD panel, with a lifespan of more than 10 years. Furthermore, the 7000 series has 2 HDMI, 1 DisplayPort, USB connections, and even built-in wifi, and Chromium browser.

Final Thoughts

The Modern classroom has improved significantly over the past decade. Children are able to Google information from the classroom, and with the smart board, teachers are able to tend to the needs of visual, and auditory learners. With built-in speakers, audio in, and the ability to connect to most internet-connected devices, even wirelessly, the 7000 series smart board it is arguably the best “smart board” in the NYCDOE Classroom!
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