Summary: ViewSonic Corp., a global leader in visual solutions, has announced the completion of its lineup of EDLA-certified education solutions with the introduction of the ViewBoard IFP52-2 Series, providing teachers, students, and IT administrators with versatile collaboration tools and advanced security features to enhance productivity.
- Comprehensive range of EDLA-certified solutions to upgrade classrooms
- Google search bar importantly positioned on home screen launcher
- Robust cybersecurity measures, including Google security patches and firmware updates
ViewSonic Corp., a global leader in visual solutions, has announced the completion of its lineup of education solutions certified under the Android Enterprise Devices Licensing Agreement (EDLA) with the introduction of the ViewBoard IFP52-2 Series. These EDLA-certified solutions seamlessly integrate the Android operating system with the Google Play Store, providing teachers, students, and IT administrators with versatile collaboration tools and advanced security features to enhance productivity.
“With a focus on sustainability, ViewSonic now offers education institutions a comprehensive range of EDLA-certified solutions to upgrade their classrooms,” said Clifford Chen, General Manager of the Presentation Group at ViewSonic. “Whether they need a brand-new interactive display or a module to upgrade their existing one, we can now ensure that both options offer the simplicity and security of seamless Google integration.”
ViewSonic’s EDLA-certified Education Solutions
Following the launch of the EDLA-certified VPC-A31-O1 slot-in PC in May 2023, this expansion of the EDLA offering is a significant milestone for ViewSonic’s Ecosystem as a Service (EaaS) strategy. This strategy aims to optimize communication between customers and partners, bringing together key stakeholders’ insights to develop comprehensive ecosystems tailored to global customers’ needs.
ViewSonic’s complete range of EDLA solutions caters to the diverse needs of schools and classrooms worldwide. The new ViewBoard IFP52-2 Series, available in 65″, 75″, and 86″ screen sizes, provides an All-in-One solution that can be seamlessly integrated into various classroom setups. For schools looking to upgrade their existing interactive displays without replacing them entirely, the VPC-A31-O1 slot-in PC module offers a convenient and easily serviceable solution.
Enhancing Classroom Productivity, Collaboration, and Security
The new EDLA-certified ViewBoard IFP52-2 Series combines an upgraded 4K UHD interactive display with an integrated front-facing multimedia soundbar. Its customizable Android 13 launcher importantly positions the Google search bar, offering an intuitive way for teachers and students to interact and learn. Users can now access Google information directly from the home screen launcher by typing with a keyboard or using voice commands, making searching and browsing the internet more efficient and user-friendly.
To enhance classroom productivity, the ViewBoard IFP52-2 Series provides full access to the Google Play Store. This opens up a world of possibilities by providing access to apps like Chrome, Google Maps, YouTube, and Google Drive, while simplifying the installation of preferred educational apps. Additionally, the series empowers teachers to enrich their classes with the integrated myViewBoard software, which features digital whiteboarding and screen-casting capabilities for highly engaging and interactive learning experiences.
For school IT managers and administrators, myViewBoard streamlines device management and broadcasting. With a strong focus on safeguarding teacher, student, and school data, the ViewBoard IFP52-2 Series incorporates robust cybersecurity measures, including Google security patches and firmware updates. The Android operating system also allows for automatic app updates to ensure continued protection.
The new Android EDLA-certified ViewBoard IFP52-2 Series will be available starting in October 2023. Customers in the EU will receive a complimentary one-year trial of the gamified learning app Weco Play with their device.
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UHD: Ultra High Definition (UHD) is a technology that revolutionizes the quality of digital display with resolutions much higher than standard HD. UHD offers sharper images and higher resolutions in order to provide the user with better clarity and detail. UHD is widely used in gaming, media streaming, and HDTVs, as it offers superior viewing experience. In the computer industry, UHD is used to create high-end visuals for gaming, video conferencing, and streaming of 4K content. UHD also enables users to extend their desktop workspace and multitask better with multiple screens. With UHD, computer users can also enjoy an improved multimedia experience that provides more depth and vivid colors. UHD gives users more options for connecting their monitors and TV displays to their computers for enhanced gaming and streaming experience.
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