This Panasonic whiteboard will be released at the end of January and allows the user to set passwords on the whiteboard's main LCD unit to prohibit users from printing or storing data on the whiteboard onto USB flash memory. It also alerts the user when they've forgotten to erase the whiteboard's contents after they've finished using it.
Like many 'smart' whiteboards, this password-protected Panasonic can transmit data directly to a computer when it's connected with a USB cable.
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