The white stuff;Bytes;Hands on

12th November 1999 at 00:00
Hitachi has launched a range of hi-tech whiteboards controlled through electromagnetic sensing. A PC connection and electronic pens allow the boards to turn notes and presentations into computer files. Hitachi says the boards can also read handwriting, typesetting and written words and display them on the board.

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