Samsung Electronics Australia has announced the latest addition to its Flip Interactive Displays, introducing the WM75A 75-inch model designed to enhance safety for those working, learning and teaching in collaborative environments.

The 75-inch Flip joins the existing product line up of 55-, 65- and 85-inch interactive displays. The new Flip offers enhanced safety features with Samsung’s exclusive shatter-protection film and UL-certified bacteria resistant Antimicrobial Coating, designed to help the spread of germs.

The Flip range of interactive displays not only continues to expand in sizes but innovate with new features to meet the ever-changing needs in this new working environment, according to Samsung Australia director of display and memory solutions, Phil Gaut.

“Collaboration has become even easier and more engaging – Flip’s interactive and visual features bring everything from classwork annotation, or office brainstorming to life,” he said.

The Flip delivers ultra-high definition (UHD) 4K picture quality and smooth pen-to-paper writing modes to write, annotate and erase on any background source content, in addition to straightforward navigation and seamless scrolling of up to 20 pages of writing space.

It builds collaboration through synchronised screen viewing of devices, allowing for real-time content sharing and control. It is compatible with third-party education solutions, streamlining the process of connecting to school information systems through built-in Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) slots.

Samsung’s Flip range offers multiple connectivity options including USB, HDMI, DP, OPS, and wireless screen sharing, to access content from any device. Users also have access to web browsing to source online content, as well as play videos and view sources without the need to preload content in advance.

The 75-inch and 85-inch models offer a reinforced, six-digit lock system for managers to safeguard sensitive presentations, lock the display and remove critical content from view.