Greatly enhanced visual impact due to higher resolution and superior color saturation. Everything you see seems more lifelike and compelling, especially video.
More cost-effective vs. projectors. IFPs have an anticipated lifetime of up to 20 years. When you factor in an IFPs advantages in quality and longevity - along with the fact that prices have declined markedly as IFP technology has continually increased its market share - the value proposition becomes clear.
More software options. Most IFPs are open-architecture, i.e. designed to run both pro- prietary and third-party software. With the multiplicity of software available today, this is a critical feature.
More user-friendly. IFPs integrate separate technologies into a single unit, and are much easier for teachers to learn.
Ward's makes it easy to have an on-site evaluation. In fact, we insist that you try it out for yourself, in your own space, with your own people, before making any decision on an IFP.
IFPs are one of the most important investments a school can make. It will be at the core of classroom presentations for many years. We want to help you make the most in- formed decision you can. Different schools and different budgets mean there is no single "best" choice for everyone. We want to help you decide what's right for you.
Lower TCO - Total Cost of Ownership - compared to projectors. Times have changed!
Much easier for teachers and students to use.
Improved, multi-function software including features like 20 simultaneous point of touch, immediate access to mobile apps and software, mirroring and wireless connectivity. Seamlessly integrates superior image quality and superior collaboration in a single unit.