Google Jamboard Now Available In US

Google has released its digital, cloud-based, and collaborative whiteboard, “Jamboard” today.

Google has released its digital, cloud-based, and collaborative whiteboard, “Jamboard” today, that was announced last year.
 
Source: blog.google
 
Google has brought Jamboard in close competition with the Surface Hub launched by Microsoft in 2016. With a stunning 55 inch, 4K display, Google Jamboard is equipped with Nvidia Jetson TX1 embedded computer that offers a quick and responsive experience to the users. Let’s have a look on the full specification of Google Jamboard.
 
 
Source: google.com/jamboard
 
As per Google, Jamboard brings a lot of capabilities to the team members using it, and businesses can unlock the hidden creative potential of their employees with this amazing device. Jamboard supports up to 16 touchpoints at once on a single device. An entire team can join the same jam from other Jamboards and phones and tablets with the Jamboard app.
 
“Drop images, add notes, and pull things directly from the web while you collaborate with team members from anywhere. Jamboard brings your team together with the same real-time co-authoring that powers G Suite’s apps. Unlock your team’s creative potential – whether they’re in the same room using multiple Jamboards or across the world using the Jamboard app on a phone or tablet.”
 
Source: google.com/jamboard
 
Jamboard is available for purchase to G Suite customers in the United States with a starting price of $4,999. The package includes 1 Jamboard display, 2 stylus markers, 1 eraser, and 1 wall mount. However, you will have to pay an annual management and support fee of $600 for using the device. Jamboard is available in three colors: cobalt blue, carmine red and graphite grey. The gadget will soon be made available in the UK and Canada, hopefully this summer.
 
 
Source: blog.google
 
Also, the company has intimated its G Suite admins that a Jamboard app will be available on Android and iOS for all G Suite customers globally starting this week, and the usage of the Jamboard app will be controlled by a service on/off switch in the Admin console, and will be off by default.
 
To learn more about Google Jamboard, please visit the official Jamboard page or go to Jamboard Help Center