Wacom’s family of interactive pen displays provide a new, more interactive way of presenting and sharing content. They are extremely intuitive to use because you write or draw directly on the screen, on top of whatever you are viewing on the display but with all the ease of writing on paper.
The freedom of the pen allows you to turn static material into active and engaging content. Visually communicate by marking up and annotating over digital material. Add drawings, sketches and diagrams quickly and easily to elaborate on key concepts. Capture new ideas and integrate them into the discussion.
Pen displays easily integrate into existing AV infrastructures and can be used on the podium, lectern, table, or AV cart, giving you a variety of choices on how to take advantage of the pen-on-screen environment.
- The pen provides the ability to freely express ideas visually as well as verbally.
- When connected to a projector and computer, your work can be shared with audiences of any size, even the largest lecture halls.
- Face your audience, even as you interact with your lesson plans. Maintaining visual contact lets you remain connected to the audience and observe their responses.
- Unlike presenting at traditional interactive whiteboards, you aren’t standing directly in front of the projected image, so content isn’t blocked from the audience view.
- When deployed on a cart with a projector, you have a mobile solution that can be moved to where it is needed.
- Teachers and students have the flexibility to incorporate spontaneous and new information as the discussion evolves.
- The pen replaces your mouse. Take advantage of your natural hand-eye coordination to work more quickly in any software application.
Learn more about how our pen displays are used in different learning environments
Pen Display Models
The DTU-2231 is the largest of the pen displays for education. It provides a 21.5-inch screen and full HD (1920x1080 pixels) resolution, but still supports lower resolutions. The displays anti-glare surface provides comfortable viewing in different lighting conditions. The cordless, battery-free pen means low maintenance and the video pass-thru allows connections directly to projectors.
The DTU-1631 provides a compact footprint, but still offers a widescreen HD display (15.6-inch, 1366x768 pixels). It features Wacom’s cordless, battery-free pen for low maintenance and a video pass-thru for connections directly to projectors.
The DTF-720 has a 17-inch, 5:4 (1280x1024 pixels) aspect ratio for those that prefer a non-widescreen display. It features Wacom’s cordless, battery-free pen for low maintenance and a video pass-thru for connections directly to projectors.