CommBox presented BGHS Principal, Jenni Wilkins with a FREE state-of-the-art CommBox 75” Interactive LED Touchscreen combined with its latest accessories, including a Mobile Motorised Stand, Joey Control System and Speakers.
CommBox is a fully owned Australian company, who manufacture CommBox Interactive Touchscreens, which are replacing projectors and interactive whiteboards throughout classrooms nationwide. These touchscreens are a tailor-made for the Australian Education Market and with this in mind, include: anti-glare acid washed glass, seventeen year lifespan and multi-touch experience similar to a super-sized iPad.
Alongside Jenni Wilkins was the ICT Coordinator, Scott Clark who entered the competition on behalf of the school. Scott later described what an impact the CommBox Interaction Touchscreen has made are BGHS:
“The addition of the CommBox to our school has made a profound difference to the training and development of our staff and students. The outstanding clarity and resolution of the screen, coupled with the added bonus of being an interactive touchscreen with excellent sound quality, has meant that all participants, regardless of their location in the room have full access to presentations, resulting in much higher engagement levels. I highly recommend the CommBox for any educational environment.”
The competition was heavily promoted through all CommBox Dealers as well as through CeBIT Australia, an industry related exhibition. CommBox were overwhelmed by the number of entries the competition received. CommBox Director, Nicholas Hall couldn’t have been happier with the outcome, stating “Jenni Wilkins, Scott Clark and Birrong Girls’ High School were a pleasure to deal with and extremely gracious.”
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