"Samsung reinvented the whiteboard with the Flip"
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Samsung reinvented the whiteboard with the Flip
What you're staring at here is not just an empty screen, it's Samsung's modern take on the old white board, and it's called the Samsung Flip.
Which can also be turned into a blackboard if that's what you prefer.
As you can see, you can write with it with the included stylus.
You can write with it using your fingernail, or just about anything, if an S Pen, if you own a Note.
Or you can erase using your entire hand and no mess.
But aside from these general capabilities, it also has a lot of smart Capabilities and you can open projects, for example, and have it the collaborative presentation.
Its stores about 20 pages worth of information in one projects and after you're done with your presentation you can either export it and you connects to other devices like your phone or computer.
If you have a Samsung phone for example you just go into the settings and go to Smart View and it would automatically detect the white board.
So, that you can mire it or anybody else can mire what's on the phone.
Even the touch screen capabilities of you're phone or transferred on to the white board or if you have a computer or laptop you can connect it directly to HDMI which we've done here.
Now the cool thing is that it flips.
So if I were to connect it to the computer, I can see it in the correct orientation.
And I can either take a screenshot or maximize.
Now, here, I'm actually mirroring it and using the touchscreen capabilities to scroll through the website.
Or I can log out and continue on.
Using it as a white board.
It kind of feels like having a massive tablet at your fingertips during presentations, and now Samsung has not yet released pricing or availability but you can check out more at CNet.com.
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