Brand new Philips E-Line interactive education displays unveiled  

PPDS has launched its brand-new Android SoC Philips E-Line, reported to be its most complete and energy efficient range of dedicated educational displays to date

PPDS, the exclusive global provider of Philips, has launched the latest evolution of its dedicated range of advanced interactive touch displays for education, with the release of the brand-new Android SoC Philips E-Line series.

Unveiled at ISE 2022 in Barcelona, Phillips E-Line is PPDS’ most advanced and complete SoC education display range to date, combining the power of a PC, hardware and touch technology, dedicated whiteboard, and extensive preinstalled and Cloud-based educational software and features for all levels of education.

Philips E-Line hopes to help answer the current challenges faced in education, by providing an out-of-the-box solution, transforming any space into a highly collaborative, engaging, and inspiring teaching and learning environment. The devices can support and benefit students in a classroom, a lecture theatre, studying remotely or isolating at home.

Wall mountable and available in 65”, 75” and 86” size variants across two model categories to suit a variety of budgets and needs, the Philips E-Line has reportedly been curated using the latest market feedback (including working closely with tutors, students and AV/IT managers) and research, with all aspects of design, functionality, usability and compatibility addressed to the smallest detail.

Martijn van der Woude, head of Global Business Development and Marketing at PPDS, said: “At PPDS we are committed to supporting education, and feel duty bound to drive positive changes to the market using dedicated and innovative technologies.

“Philips E-Line isn’t simply another display on our conveyor belt. It is the culmination of extensive and tireless market feedback and innovation from our teams to create a solution that makes a real difference to the way teaching and learning is achieved so that challenges, both of the past, present and future are overcome. Education is much a part of our roadmap for sustainability and supporting our communities as it is of our product and market strategies.”

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