Interactive Panels have come a long way since the advent of panels designed for LED TVs. Designed for the learning and training environment, they have evolved into truly interactive touch screens using powerful touch technology.
A real advance, though, has been the possibility working with Android and even Windows 10. This has considerably increased the scope of interactive touch screens or interactive panels.
In many a case an optional Windows PC can be added on, a feature that is likely to prove extremely useful in the corporate meeting room environment. In a school environment, where there are multiple teachers using a single interactive touch screen or panel, the advantage is less so. The teacher would probably prefer to connect their own laptop.
Costs have also come down and, all in all, interactive touch panels with their increased features well over and above those found with interactive whiteboards have got to be the future for today’s classrooms.