Now it is possible for existing Interactive Presentation Manager (IPM II) customers to easily and economically upgrade their interactive whiteboards to be compatible with the current INTELLIBOARD(R) product and version of Windows.
"Since USB has replaced RS232 as the current standard we can now offer an upgrade path to the thousands of IPM II customers who want to continue to use this robust product. Creating a cost effective upgrade path for this legacy system will continue to provide a return on investment to our loyal customers. And, it is a further indication of our commitment to making our products relevant in the digital classroom," stated Alfred N. Basilicato President & CEO of Numonics Corporation.
The electronics upgrade kit for all IPM II products is $298. The low cost of the upgrade kit provides the following benefits to users:
1.Compatible with current INTELLIBOARD software
2.Windows 7 compatible
4.No power supply needed
5.No adapter required for MAC connectivity
6.Dual Pen capable
7.One year warranty on upgraded electronics and new DS pen
"The new upgrade kit will provide continued use for all the IPM II users giving them access to our most current applications software," stated Tom Harwick, Numonics Sales Manager. "The upgrade kit is available on the Numonics website with complete easy to follow instructions for accomplishing this simple upgrade in the field," Steve Hildebrandt, Customer Support Manager added.
About Numonics Corporation
Numonics Corporation is an award-winning technology pioneer in pen-based digital presentation solutions. The company is certified ISO 9001, backed by 40 years of innovation, design, development and manufacturing experience. Numonics' products are available through an international network of systems integrators, OEMs, and resellers and accessories are available at the Numonics "on line store." Learn more at http://www.numonics.com, or contacting us by phone:
215-362-2766, or e-mail: numonics(at)numonics(dot)com.
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