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3M Promises Easier Presentations

Whiteboards, projectors, projection screens, and easel pads...are these the tools of a business presentation or a juggling demonstration?

3M has come out with something that makes giving presentations less complicated. The Digital WallDisplay is a wall-mounted system with a 60-inch flat-panel screen and speakers. It combines features of an LCD projector, a digital whiteboard, an erasable whiteboard, and an easel pad. 3M swears it's easy to use-"so the presenters can focus on the material they're trying to present and not on the technology," says product marketing supervisor Gabe Wiebenga.

The product is available in two models, priced at $11,395 and $12,995.

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