Furniture keeps interactive kit fit10 February 2015
Visitors to the Wacebo stand can see interactive furniture solutions with a focus on the educational and professional markets.
Wacebo, which sells through a network of distributors and resellers and does not operate directly with schools and end-users, is showcasing a number of its products at ISE 2015, including the TeachBox safety box for the storage of notebooks, which enables the management of interactive whiteboard kit in full security, including mouse and pens; a laptop of up to 19in can recharge inside the box.
The range of TeachBus recharge and storage trolleys are also on show. These four models of securable, mobile, electrified carts act as a recharge and storage unit for notebooks, netbooks and tablets. The system includes a programmable timer to set recharge phases of the devices.
Stand visitors can also view the Dabliu Touch interactive monitor with integrated Android system, as well as the TeachBoard IWB which supports interaction such as multi-touch and multi-gesture through infrared sensor technology.