Fl!p That Meeting Around

Meetings are so much more efficient, fun and effective with the Samsung Fl!p 2

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Samsung Fl!p 2
Samsung Fl!p 2

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – 17 February, 2020 – Every business engages in meetings, whether long and detailed or short and sweet. But no matter the subject, they should serve to convey information and create an environment condusive to collaboration and brainstorming. What many companies don’t admit to, however, is that meetings are rarely as constructive as they should be. With the Samsung Fl!p 2, though, meetings can truly come to life.

Picture the scenario of a brainstorm session on a new advertising campaign. Your team can watch the advertisement video, while at the same time view all the print and digital artwork. Additionally, on-screen annotations can be made over the images, without affecting the background. It becomes a purely collaborative exercise, with everyone able to input and see all suggested changes. Once the session is complete, notes can be instantly shared with all involved. Whether you’re solving your next big problem, brainstorming the next big idea or planning your next project, teamwork is key to reaching that next milestone. But today’s meeting environments present several digital barriers which can disrupt inspiring and engaging teamwork. The Fl!p 2 has an interactive display that simplifies teamwork without any hassle. Now you can create freely thanks to a smooth pen-to-paper-like writing experience. Ideas flow through smooth collaboration with an intuitive user interface. And with a host of convenient features, presenting is easier and more flexible than ever, so you and your team can share insights and expertise from any source.

Cambridge Mokanyane, Chief Marketing Officer at Samsung South Africa, says, “The Fl!p 2 ensures that communication is highly effective. Gone are the days when each person in the meeting takes copious notes that are most likely skewed to their way of thinking or open to interpretation – now, all notes made are recorded on the Fl!p 2 and distributed, complete with any images. It’s a much clearer and more concise way of communicating.”

While the Fl!p 2 can be used just as the Fl!p charts of old, meeting participants can also sync their personal devices to the Fl!p 2 so that any changes made on the digital Flipchart will be mirrored on the connected device and vice versa. If the meeting is large, or you need to present to a group of people, you can project content on the Fl!p 2 to another large digital display in real time, using a Wi-Fi network* or HDMI out connection. The fact is, the Fl!p 2 enables effortless presentation, supported by innovative features. Fl!p 2 even includes the incredible Samsung Workspace. Without the need for any physical connection, users can now remotely access a PC or files from a cloud server, by simply connecting a keyboard and mouse to the Fl!p 2. So a PC can be securely accessed, while remaining safely ‘locked’ in another room.

When not being used, the Fl!p can be used as a message board showing a preselected screensaver such as a company logo, while touch lock removes editing access for controlled content presentation. These are all reinforced with UHD picture quality and flexible pivot functionality for an enhanced visual experience. And it’s all completely secure. The Fl!p 2 display securely stores all your meeting pages and notes when the meeting is done. A password-based protection system safeguards meeting details and helps to ensure only authorised users can access the content.

The Fl!p 2’s wide variety of features provide many opportunities for many industries including retail shops, hotels, educational facilities and of course corporates. Its versatility gives these businesses an unexpected edge. This pioneering device is a no-brainer – meetings are all-round more engaging with the Samsung Fl!p 2.

 

*Using Screen mirroring

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