The Microsoft Surface Hub has a new and sleek competitor.
The Google Jamboard
The Jamboard is a multimedia collaboration kiosk designed for business.
Google Jamboard’s Whiteboard
The Jamboard’s whiteboard feature lets users draw, add sticky notes, and even view Google Drive files.
Google Jamboard Pulls from the Web
Users can pull in web content and image files to mark up and review.
Google Jamboard Sticky Notes
Sticky notes can be added to the whiteboard to leave notes for colleagues who weren’t able to attend the “Jam” or “Jam Session.”
Google Jamboard Navigation
The control panel allows you to add new collaborators or start/join a Google Hangouts video call.
Google Jamboard Images
You can easily pull images onto the Jamboard via a limited Google Image repository.
Google Jamboard Selfie Cam
The Jamboard’s camera allows users to take selfies for quick show-and-tell.
Google Jamboard Accessories
The Jamboard comes with two passive styluses and one eraser, or you can just use your finger.
Google Jamboard Side View
The Jamboard includes the following ports and connectors: HDMI 2.0, USB Type C, USB 3.0, a Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format audio connector, and an Ethernet input.
Google Jamboard Rear View
The Jamboard can be wall-mounted or purchased with an accompanying floor stand.