ViewSonic introduces the ViewBoard 4320 display for hybrid work

    ViewSonic's newest display is a 43-inch screen for work and school.


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    ViewSonic has announced the ViewBoard 4320, a display that is designed with hybrid work environments and classrooms in mind. Unlike typical monitors, the ViewBoard 4320 is much larger as it has a 43-inch display size — closer to the size of a TV than a standard monitor.

    Aside from its large size, the ViewBoard 4320 has a 4K UHD resolution, as well as 10-point multi-touch functionality, meaning it allows multiple users to write or draw on the display simultaneously. As for connectivity, this display features a USB-C one cable solution for instant plug-and-play for A/V, touch, and power delivery.

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    The ViewBoard 4320 also comes with the built-in myViewBoard suite software which allows users to connect and collaborate in real-time. This software solution give users what is essentially a digital whiteboard that not only lets them draw, write, and annotate on the screen, it also gives access to supported multimedia, screen recordings, file conversions, and QR code sharing features.

    “Driven by growing changes in the working model, ViewSonic stays innovative to create values, delivering our interactive display ranges in sizes from 24” to 98” with intuitive and engaging collaborative capabilities to address various needs from our customers.” says Monica Sun, Director of the Presentation Group at ViewSonic Corporation, “The ViewBoard 4320 is a combination of advanced software and hardware, creating a collaborative workplace with high productivity, flexibility and agility.”

    Pricing and availability of the ViewSonic ViewBoard 4320 in the Philippines will be announced soon.

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    Nicolo Manaloto
    UnGeek's resident editor who is obsessed with anything and everything Death Stranding. He is also a big fan of the Yakuza series, and is a weaboo in denial.


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