Google is making a whiteboard, did you know? The search giant announced the Jamboard back in October of last year, and now it's finally available for purchase. This, however, isn't a product meant for at-home use. It's aimed at workplace scenarios, and it's obviously not just a whiteboard.
Essentially, you're getting a 55-inch 4K touchscreen computer running a special whiteboard app on top of Android. It has an optional rolling stand, and it comes in three colors: cobalt blue, carmine red, and graphite grey.
If you're in the US, you can now order a Jamboard for $4,999. For this amount of cash you're also getting two styluses, one eraser, and one wall mount. The rolling stand costs $1,199 until September 30, after which it will go for $1,349. The annual management and support fee for the Jamboard is $300 per year (on or before September 30, 2017), and $600 per year after that.
A paid G Suite plan is required to use Jamboard. The device is making its way to Canada and the UK "this summer", and it should become available in more countries after that.
Yeah, that woulb be nice if it goes lower in price! I would definitely use it while looking forphysics homework help online. Till then I would do it with my small laptop... hoping to finish it ASAP.
Awesome Will it come for under $1000?
That has much better UI and features plus a full fledged Desktop OS.I wouldn't buy both of these anyway