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The display is embedded with "Easy Whiteboard" software. This lets you immediately use the display as a whiteboard, without requiring a PC. By storing handwritten text and graphics into external USB memory, you can retrieve the data and edit it at a later time. You can also draw onto data input and displayed from connected peripheral devices, such as a PC or player.
* Can be saved as PNG or JPEG (editing is enabled in PNG only)
* Text and graphics drawn onto data displayed from external input cannot be saved.
* Only one pen can be used at the same time.
Writing and other marking is possible onto data displayed from a PC or tablet using a wireless function.
* An optional ET-WM200 Wireless Module or router is required.
* Dose not active when Network input with multiple live mode is used.
You can also write text and graphics onto teaching and reference materials displayed from a document camera, so you can clearly emphasize important points.
There's no need to install a special driver. Simply register the Electronic Pen and Electronic Pen Adaptor to use the Electronic Pen as a mouse. Even when the presenters' PCs change, the Electronic Pen can be passed around for continuous use.
* Supported by Windows only.
Simply plug in the adaptor for PCs that are brought by visitors. No special drivers or software installation is needed.
A second input source can be displayed on top of the image source that is initially displayed. The displayed material and whiteboard can also be combined to provide space for writing notes.
* No annotation can be made on sub picture.
* Combination of signals has some limitations.
By using the optional ET-WM200 Wireless Module and Wireless Manager ME6.0*1 software, the screen of your PC can easily be displayed*2 by wireless transmission. There is no need to connect the PC by cable, so set-up is quick and easy. The presenter can be located virtually anywhere, allowing greater freedom for a more effective presentation.
*1 Supported by Windows® XP / Windows Vista® / Windows® 7, and Macintosh (Mac OS X v10.4 / v10.5 / v10.6).
*2 DVD-Video, Blu-ray Video, and DRM (Digital Rights Management) certified content cannot be transmitted.
* Click here to download the latest software.
* In the case of wireless connection, the Electronic Pen cannot be used for writing on the screen. (except as when using Easy Whiteboard function)
Data from multiple PCs can also be shown together on a single display, and data from one PC can be transmitted to up to eight displays.
Up to 16 PC screens can be displayed simultaneously, so users can give presentations one after the other in a meeting easily.
When presenting in a conference hall or seminar room, the data can be shared with a large number of participants in real-time.
The wireless presentation feature eliminates the need to switch cables, or seating positions, when presenters change.
Information can be shown simultaneously onto multiple displays in large seminar rooms to enhance visibility.
The ET-UW100 Easy Wireless Stick has application software for wireless transmission and a wireless LAN adaptor built-in. Simply plug it into the USB port of a personal computer to activate wireless display. No software installation is necessary. This is ideal when people visit your location, and aren't able to install special software in the PC.
* The optional ET-WM200 Wireless Module is required for wireless connection.
* Easy Wireless Stick is available in Americas and Europe.
This feature is supported by applications for sending PowerPoint® files, PDF files, images, etc., saved onto an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, to a Panasonic display via wireless LAN (Wi-Fi). PDF files that have been sent to an application via iTunes with a computer, and images saved onto an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, as well as web pages and images recorded with a built-in camera, can be sent.
Pages can be rotated, the screen can be enlarged or reduced by pinching, and pages can be turned by flicking.
"Panasonic Wireless Projector for iOS" can be downloaded free of charge from the App Store.
*1 The optional ET-WM200 Wireless Module is required for wireless connection.
Files saved in other than "Documents" or "Photos" cannot be displayed. Please note that animation, links, motion images, embedded audio, slide functions, word art, comment display, files with open passwords, PDF files scanned at high resolution, etc., may not be correctly displayed.
Using the Marker function of the app makes it possible to draw, by freehand, onto JPEG and PDF files, and web pages that have been uploaded to a tablet.
Speakers are built into the rear of the display for convenience when using recorded content and teaching materials equipped with sound.
In order to reduce the image retention that can occur when the same still image is displayed on the screen for a long period of time, a variety of screen savers and settings are included. By using a timer to set the operating time, this function can be finely controlled.
The NANODRIFT SAVER offers up to five times the image retention reducing effect of conventional types.* The image moves smoothly and finely to suppress image retention in order to prevent any discomfort while viewing.
* Compared to previous Panasonic screen savers (with moving screen positions).
The terminals on the main unit accommodate analog (component video, video, PC) and digital (DVI-D, HDMI) video signals. This covers almost all commonly used video signals.
The SLOT2.0 function slot lets you add the functions you need to match your application. And an optional Function Board can be mounted to add a TV tuner function and support a content distribution system.
Menu items and input switches can be allocated to remote control buttons.
Simply pressing the AUTO SETUP button on the remote controller when an RGB signal is input automatically corrects the horizontal/vertical position, horizontal/vertical size, dot clock, and clock phase. Setting the unit to Auto mode operates this function automatically each time the input signal changes.
• Auto correction for the dot clock and clock phase does not occur for the auto RGB signal.
Various functions are provided to save energy. This is especially beneficial when the unit spends a long period of time in standby condition.
• PC/DV-I Power Management
The sync signal for equipment connected to the DVI-D or PC*1 input terminal is detected, and the power is automatically turned on or off.
• No Signal Power Off
When a device is connected to the function slot and there is no sync signal for approximately 10 minutes, the power is automatically turned off.
• Power Save Mode
This lowers the light-emitting level for the display panel.
• Stand-by Power Save
This lowers the light-emitting power during standby.
*1 DPMS compliant.
This mode allows fine energy-related customizing in addition to the recommended settings. Simply press the ECO button to switch between "On" (recommended settings) and "Custom."