‘The LTX is the
result of thousands of hours spent researching how users behave in
work environments’ said Michael H. Dunn, president and CEO of PolyVision. “It truly reflects the needs of the entire community of
users in both the corporate world and education, not just the
so-called power users?’
It’s not your father’s whiteboard Technical Info
|4' by 8 ft long
|4' by 12 ft long
This Unit defies the
usual descriptions. Its writing surface is made of PolyVision’s
ceramicsteel surface. It also contains within its casing a
very low-tech but essential year’s supply of markers.
Building on its base as the largest manufacturer of
standard whiteboards, PolyVision features a line of competitive
products in the visual communications market. CopyCam is an image
capturing system that uses sophisticated lens technology and a
wireless, color printer to turn any chalk or whiteboard into a
copy-board. The Webster touch-sensitive, plasma-display, and
rear-projection products compete in the electronic whiteboard segment
of the market.
“Nobody has spent more time studying the interaction
between the user and a whiteboard than we have,” said Dunn. “We’ve
taken all the studies of user behavior, team structure, and how
people work to create a product that better addresses people’s needs?’
“The LTX is so user friendly that if you don’t know what
to do, you just hit the “information” button and any other button on
the device and it explains the function’ said Dunn. Polyvision has
created a product that is so intuitive and has such a minimal barrier
to use that you want to try it. Then in future sessions, as you make
it through the feature set, you become a proficient user.
The LTX comes with a lifetime warranty on the surface
and mechanical parts and a 3-year warranty on electronic components.