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Scribit
Turn your wall into an interactive canvas

Scribit is an intelligent writing robot that can draw and erase images on any vertical surface, from whiteboards to glass or plaster, transforming it into a screen where drawings, messages or feeds can be projected.

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Sam Bauer
not many features, but easy to understand for everybody intuitively and quickly - does the job, for more complex things go to miro.com
Bob Ryskamp
I use the iPad app to draw and often Airplay it to a big screen. Collaborative with others. Desktop sync means I can share links to drawings. No desktop editing though. Free!
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CNET
Forget dry-erase markers: Google has a new conference room tool that's a lot cooler -- and networked, too. The Jamboard is the interactive whiteboard the company first announced back in October 2016. Starting today, your company can set it up in its meeting room -- for a cool $5,000 (about £3,900 or AU$6,700).
Pocket-lint
Jamboard is a 4K whiteboard for workplace collaboration It costs $4,999 (the $1,199 stand is sold separately) It's now available to buy directly from Google online No word yet on UK availability and pricing Google has announced you can now pick up its new Jamboard.
Small Business Trends
Small businesses sometimes need to brainstorm on a whiteboard. But, whiteboard brainstorming meetings don't really work when you have remote colleagues. To overcome this and other challenges, Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) has designed a cloud-based digital whiteboard called Jamboard for businesses. Jamboard looks like a big children's tablet on which you can write a… See more
The Verge
Working in a modern office can be pretty strange. I go hours without speaking to my co-workers, yet I'm in constant communication with them through a chat app. I know some of my colleagues only as digital avatars, and my meetings are sometimes filled with more faces on a screen than people in chairs surrounding me.
19 Alternatives to Jamboard

Say hello to Surface Hub 2, coming in 2019.

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Microsoft Devices Blog
A new culture of work is emerging. One where unlocking the power of the team has never been more important. I see it with our team daily. People coming together, creating together. Making products stronger through collaboration, whether they're in the same room or separated by thousands of miles.
The Verge
Microsoft is unveiling the next-generation of its giant conference room displays today: Surface Hub 2. While the original Surface Hub shipped in 2016 with 1080p 55-inch and 4K 84-inch options, the Surface Hub 2 will use a 50.5-inch display with a greater than 4K resolution and 3:2 aspect ratio with extremely thin bezels.
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A simple real-time whiteboard built for teams - collaborate the way you like, use your browser, tablet or smartphone, in the office or on the go.

Brainstorm and discuss your big ideas, upload designs and easily share feedback collaboratively. Get started quickly with using hand-crafter templates and shapes. Draw your teams together.

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Kaisa Holsting
Beautiful and super simple tool to collaborate, and as they say – it’s truly so much more than just a whiteboard. I use it on daily basis to collaborate, get feedback on designs and even manage my tasks. Crazy how many endless email threads and chats this has saved me. Their new shape library is a true cherry on top as well! ;)
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