This is the transcript of the 'TouchBoard V3 - Key features' video
The TouchBoard Main Learning Display, or MLD, is designed to enhance your learning environment. The large 4K touchscreen, with toughened glass and anti-glare coating, can be seen from nearly any position in the classroom. Two speakers at the front of the board ensure that everybody can hear, even if they're at the back of the room. The connected Mini PC means you will always have a Department of Education imaged Windows device accessible on your MLD.
The power button on the front of the panel will turn it on. There is also a mains switch located on the back of the panel, somewhere near the middle of the board. On the front of the panel, you can access the key functions. From here, you can turn the board on or off, access the home screen, the return button, the input settings, as well as turn the volume up or down. On the opposite side, there are a variety of different inputs. The HDMI can be used to display content from your laptop or tablet using a HDMI cord. If required, additional ports are located on the side of the TouchBoard. The interactive panel allows users to collaborate and annotate on the screen using the supplied stylus. It also supports up to 20 points of touch, meaning that multiple users can be working on it at the same time.
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