Japanese electronics and imaging company has made use of the E Ink corporation's 'Carta' electronic paper technology to develop what is claimed to be the thinnest and most lightweight digital whiteboard available on the market.
The Ricoh eWhiteboard weighs in at only 13 pounds and measures only 0.57 inches thick, and can easily be mounted and displayed in a wide variety of settings. Its built-in battery ensures up to 10 hours of use per charge, making it ideal for use in improvised locations.
Despite being compact and portable, the Ricoh eWhiteboard offers a range of advantages including a 42-inch display, 16 levels of grayscale display, a 12:1 contrast and a supremely clear resolution of 2,160 x 2,880 pixels.
With its unbeatable combination of convenience, light weight and high-quality display specs, the Ricoh eWhiteboard is well positioned to revolutionize the digital whiteboard space.
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