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Hitachi Solutions Europe Introduces New StarBoard® BT-2G

Further providing educators, trainers, and corporate presenters with fully interactive presentation systems, Hitachi Solutions Europe today announced the introduction of the new BT-2G Bluetooth Wireless System tablet. The new tablet comes equipped with an interactive pen tool and is compatible with Hitachi Interactive whiteboards and panels. The new BT-2G tablet will provide presenters with even greater access and versatility, allowing for highly interactive and dynamic communications.

The newly upgraded and versatile BT-2G Bluetooth System features a range of up to 65 feet and a battery life of 24 hours. This extended range gives presenters extensive roaming capability in any presentation environment. Additionally, presenters have the ability to connect up to seven BT-2G systems to a PC. The pen which operates the lightweight system features an LED battery indicator providing reassurance to users with a low battery warning. The BT-2G is also RoHS compliant and compatible with Bluetooth technology.

This new lightweight, handheld tablet underscores Hitachi Solutions Europe’s commitment to providing the most interactive and productive presentation systems to educators, presenters and businesses. This powerful system makes a great fit for any classroom, training room, lecture hall, or media conferencing system. The BT-2G is a limitless, cost-effective, easy-to-use solution for any presentation system.

The compact, charcoal grey StarBoard BT-2G Bluetooth Tablet is just 9.5” x 10” x 1.2”. The BT-2G tablet also features a writing resolution of 1000 Lpi, which is twice the resolution of its predecessor. In addition to the BT-2G interactive tablet, the StarBoard family of interactive products includes the Cambridge Board and Interactive Panels (T-17SXL and T-15XL) are widely used in both education and business applications. Interactive panels used mainly in lecture halls and training rooms enable presenters and teachers the ability to face the class while manipulating the screen.