New digital flip chart display.
Samsung is encouraging a more collaborative approach to workplace meetings with its new Flip digital flip chart display, unveiled at CES in Las Vegas earlier this month.
The Samsung Flip WM55H, an upgrade on standard paper flip charts and analog boards, allows easy sharing, annotation, movement and searching, as well as the ability for multiple users to create content at once. It offers a portable, wheel-based stand and intuitive, user-friendly interface in UHD resolution.
Samsung Electronics Australia head of professional display solutions, Claudio Cardile said, “We are excited to bring the Samsung Flip to Australia, where it will help drive impactful and efficient collaboration through its easy-to-use interface and flexible connectivity.
“The Samsung Flip will see Australians work and collaborate more efficiently, faster and smarter, enabling multiple users to create content simultaneously, and offering broad device compatibility through wireless connectivity, USB, PC and mobile ports.
“We know Australian businesses and individuals are changing how they like to work. The introduction of Samsung Flip will deliver a more seamless process and achieve multi-tasking goals on a daily basis.”
Up to four participants can introduce content or annotate directly on screen at the same time using either their fingers or a dual-sided pen. Each user can then customise writing style, size and colour.
The Samsung Flip display also provides device compatibility through wireless connectivity and USB, PC and mobile ports. An integrated screen-sharing functionality makes Flip content available on connected PCs, smartphones and tablets. Flip users can also access up to 20 pages of writing space, with embedded search functionalities available to instantly direct participants to specific content.
It securely stores all content within a central database, meaning a password-based protection system safeguards meeting details and ensures only approved users can access the information. Once logged in, meeting facilitators and participants can download and share featured content through email or traditional printing. Users additionally can save meeting notes to a USB drive or other external sources.