ViewSonic Upgraded Its ViewBoard® 50 Series With The Launch Of ViewBoard® 50-3 To Enhance Hybrid Learning - GADGET-INNOVATIONS

ViewSonic Upgraded Its ViewBoard® 50 Series With The Launch Of ViewBoard® 50-3 To Enhance Hybrid Learning

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Available with better performance, new user interface and advanced processor

Equipped with Android 8.0 OS and 3GB RAM & 32GB ROM



Expanding its Interactive Flat Panel portfolio, ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solutions, has launched ViewBoard® 50- 3, a successor of ViewBoard® 50-2. Enhancing the hybrid learning with a whole new user interface and advanced processor in comparison to its predecessor, this next-generation product is equipped with efficiency and user-friendly features.


With the pandemic situation, demand for hybrid mode of learning is increasing as it allows teaching to happen simultaneously in-person and online. It focuses more on bridging the physical classroom and virtual learning spaces closer together into a more complete education.


The newly launched product is embedded with advanced operating system Android 8.0, to provide a better functioning and faster usage. It is also rooted with 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM for their operation. Ensuring latest features and technology to this upcoming product, it comes with a low blue light certification by TUV Lab, providing an eye-care certified display.


For teachers in the modern classroom, the ViewBoard® 50 series has the most intuitive interactive interface. It keeps continuous interaction within the first vision area and keeps everything within comfortable reach. The ViewBoard® 50 series further stands out with synchronous writing performance. You can write smoothly, with the pen that serves as an extension of your fingertips, and simultaneously with the equipped dual pens of different colors and thicknesses. The ViewBoard® 50 series is further complemented by wireless content sharing. Students can share their screens to the ViewBoard and vice versa with the built-in ViewBoard® Cast app. It is not limited to one-on-one presentation either. Whether you’ve experienced good or lackluster classroom interaction in the digital whiteboarding world, the ViewBoard® 50 series will now allow you to work effortlessly in the classroom.


With an Ultra Fine Touch Technology, ViewBoard® 50-3 produces a lag-free, pen-on-paper writing experience. The synchronized and greatly improved writing accuracy creates a natural flow during a student-teacher interaction. The dual-pen automatically detects pen diameter (8mm and 3mm) with variant colors and thickness, serving as an extension of your fingertips. With a ViewBoard Cast software, teachers can also advance to do group activities via 4-way Split Screen for a feasible experience. It also contains shared USB Ports, including a SmartPort™ USB for both internal and external PCs.


Embedded with 2.1 Stereo sound with a built-in subwoofer, it also consists of myViewBoard Manager and LAN RS232 port command for easy remote control. To give a faster experience, the product comes with an Intel certified slot which varies with different PCs. A top-mounted 1080p web camera can also be attached separately. With Object Recognition and Windows Ink Compatibility, making annotations, writing and drawing on the whiteboard has become easier, thus, creating more collaborative and interactive meetings on Office365 or Windows Ink.


The whole ecosystem of myViewBoard gives enhanced experience to the users. One of the key factors it offers is evolution to hybrid teaching and learning with seamless and an integrated suite of hardware and software solutions. Its native tool whiteboard helps visualize your ideas with ease. A preinstalled display allows users to mirror their desktop wirelessly to support IFP. Additionally, myViewBoard manager remotely manages multiple installations.


The newly advanced product ViewBoard 50-3 is available in four different sizes- 55”, 65”, 75” & 86” which are priced at INR 1,99,000, INR 3,90,000, INR 7,00,000, INR 9,50,000 respectively.




New Delhi, India | 9th March 2021