Flip Interactive Display By Samsung Rolled Out In India

Flip Interactive Display By Samsung Rolled Out In India

Earlier this year in January, at the time of CES 2018 conference Samsung rolled out its digital interactive display, Flip, to vie with Jamboard of Google and Surface Hub of Microsoft. The device has now been rolled out for businesses in India. The device is meant to make business conference easier and more improved to execute.

Flip Interactive Display By Samsung Rolled Out In India

The device conveys functions such as easy annotation, sharing, searching, and movement on a huge screen. It is bulky and large but has a wheel-supported stand for simple movement.

Samsung states that using Flip, up to 4 consumers can display and edit different content at once on the screen. The touch-screen display works with both dual-sided pen and fingers. Each consumer also receives the capability of customizing the size, writing style, and color.

It also does not need touch pens to work as it works with palm gestures. Consumers can receive writing space for up to 20 pages in addition to the capability of integrated search. As for data safety, the firm claims that a password-based and airtight protection system defends details of the meeting and makes sure that only official users can authorize the data.

It has an UHD 55-inch screen with a 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution that can be rotated both in portrait or landscape mode. The device has a 178 degree of viewing angle and a 4700:1 of contrast ratio. It has 72% color gamut coverage and 8 ms of response time. The product support two USB ports, a HDMI-in port, and Wi-Fi connectivity.

“We are eager to roll out the Flip in the country, and we see forward to making this tech helpful for businesses to work smarter, better, and quicker. The intuitive interface of Flip is particularly developed to allow for uninterrupted & timely conversation and be user-friendly,” claimed vice president at Samsung India for consumer electronics enterprise business, Puneet Sethi, to the media in an interview.

Sam Robertson

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