HP is mobilizing teachers with its newly announced Digital Sketch tablet. The Digital Sketch wirelessly connects to a PC, and allows teachers to control their classroom presentations from anywhere in the room. It also offers simultaneous dual input, with HP offering the example of one student drawing on the tablet using the included style, while another student concurrently edits the photo using a normal mouse.
The other highlight from HP’s newly announced Digital Learning Suite is the Pocket Whiteboard, which can project a ten-foot interactive whiteboard on to most flat surfaces.
Pricing for the Digital Sketch and Pocket Whiteboard is not yet available, but the whiteboard should be available sometime this month, with the tablet following in March.
HP’s Digital Learning Suite will also contain notebook charging carts, classroom management software, and a client that allows up to ten students use a single host computer.