A Teacher’s Review of Pond

This week, the Touchjet Pond™ Touchscreen Projector is reviewed by Kathleen Chapman at Gadgeteer. Kathleen is a homeschool teacher and provides a very in-depth review of the Pond projector detailing what’s in the box and all the different features of the projector leaving nothing untouched.

The review takes readers from the initial set-up (including wi-fi connection), to the calibration to use the stylus for the touchscreen capability, and to the various apps that you can install from Google Play for personal entertainment, education and business.

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With the thorough review, the Gadgeteer tests out all the different methods of interaction with the Pond projector. From using the included styluses for touchscreen, to using the Touchjet App on your smartphone as an interactive smart control, to mirroring from your smartphone and the ability to connect your laptop to the Pond projector using the standard method of an HDMI cable. The Pond projector is not just a touchscreen projector, it’s a stand-alone Android device that allows users the flexibility to use touch or remote interaction.

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Touchjet WAVE and Touchjet Pond are great for parents and educators to engage children and students.  Check out Touchjet.com/edu and send us an inquiry for a 20% education discount.

Check out Gadgeteer’s full review in the link below.

TouchJet Pond Touchscreen Projector review

 

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