Samsung uses Bett as launchpad for Android interactive display

Samsung Electronics unveiled a new Android-based interactive display at Bett (British Educational Training and Technology) 2023 in London.

The WAC display series supports home screen UI customisation and can share up to nine displays at once regardless of OS or device. It supports education apps, has integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.

Unveiled in 65-, 75- and 86-in models, the WAC series has a 3-in-1 USB-C port, which enables screen connection, touch control and external device charging (max. 65W). In addition, the HDMI output function allows teachers to share content on a bigger screen.

IR touch provides a natural writing experience, 20 multi-touch drawing and a dual-sided pen to write with a different colour on each end without changing the settings. The display has a front stereo speaker, penholder and handle.

The Device Management Solution (DMS) for WAC series allows users to monitor and control the display in the classroom remotely at the same time. The DMS also provides an alert function that sends warning messages to the screen collectively in case of an emergency.

Originally available on the Samsung Flip (Model name: WMB, WMA, WMR), the Samsung Whiteboard App will also be compatible with the WAC model. The software helps educators connect to Windows OS devices, so that even after connecting a PC to the display, seamless writing on top of the content on the PC can be experienced in real-time. In addition, it is easy to store and share content and documents, as well as annotate on top of whatever is being displayed in real-time, even during a video conference.

Samsung is exhibiting on stand NE31 at Bett, the ExCeL London from March 29 to 31, 2023.

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