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.
Will it come for under $1000?
Judge, 24 May 2017If microsoft can sell its Surface Hub to 6999USD, Google can sell Jamboard to the mentioned pr... moreThat has much better UI and features plus a full fledged Desktop OS.I wouldn't buy both of these anyway
Ritzie, 24 May 2017And some fantards will comment, "it's for business" or "only business people will use it", etc... moreIf its make it possible to work with ppl without having to have them take a plane to come to your office.
Then its will maximise the value.
Otherwise its useless..
that lag is horrible
I think this is too expensive for what you'll get. Pass.
Projector that work good in daylight(minimum 3400 ANSI lumens): about 1500-2000$
Special Interactive ambient light rejecting mat(80inch): about 500$
Interactive projector, like Epson BrightLink Pro series for about 3200$
Such screens are mostly used by small companies for presentations, or as "ideas wall" in meetings. Such thing are not often moved, for most of time they are screwed to wall. No one in real life use it like on ads...
So projector is good choose in this situation.
Now lets take in to the account that such screens or monitors are used for presentations, SO most of people who will watch it, will be sitting about 4-7 meters from that screen, in that distance there is no point at all to use 4k res, fullHD is perfectly fine. Its all about keeping quality good.
Now lets take in to the account budget: such screens are aimed for small companies, but small companies very careful spend their money. spending 6k on simple presentation station is just stupid, its maybe look cool on ads and as fancy addon in shop, but no one with brain cells would spend such money on it if they want to use it FOR WORK.
We have interactive whiteboards in every classroom and every lab in the school where I work. Pretty sure we didn't pay £5k per. And they're a fair bit bigger than 55"
The only thing this has over an interactive whiteboard is that it isn't "tied" to a projector so you can move it about.
Anonymous, 24 May 2017Or ya know, buy a whiteboard for less than £50... smhWhiteboards don't have cloud sync. And you don't have to use those stupid markers that run out of ink at the most inopportune of times. Booyah
I think for other big businesses, sometimes price is no objection, which is probably where Google is targeting this product. Take the Quadro M6000 for example, it costs $5000 when you can get a 1080Ti for 1/5 the cost, but the 1080Ti does not have the features the audience Nvidia is targeting with the Quadro.
If microsoft can sell its Surface Hub to 6999USD, Google can sell Jamboard to the mentioned pricing very easily.
Google will sell 20 to 30 pieces per year if this is the pricing..
L0lip0p, 24 May 20174 grand for a 4K tv with android? With seperate purchase for rolling stand? And $300 per year ... moreAnd some fantards will comment, "it's for business" or "only business people will use it", etc etc...
I doubt any business will spend that much as the rule of thumb will ALWAYS be "minimize cost, maximize profit". It's always like that in any business
imagine if you could play clash of clans in this thing XDXDXDXDXDXDXDXD
Or ya know, buy a whiteboard for less than £50... smh
4 grand for a 4K tv with android? With seperate purchase for rolling stand? And $300 per year Annuall fee?
Though the idea is great, it is much like Smartwatches: The technology is not really there yet to make it in useful way...
Sorry guys, 55" is really on the small side for a whiteboard, and the pricing... well it reflects the lack of competition, to put it kindly...