Why post-purchase support for classroom technology has changed irrevocably in 2015. (MarsdenGrant.com)

<p><span style="font-family: Cambria, serif; font-size: 18px;">The very latest Interactive Flat Panel Displays are the big beasts of edutech. Replacing IWBs in schools across EMEA, IFPDs use technology that just a decade ago was the stuff of sci-fi. Captain Kirk&rsquo;s multi-touch high definition LED control panel was a vision of the programme&rsquo;s script writers but the reality is now available for daily use by teachers in classrooms everywhere. And as with cutting-edge technology in other sectors such as cars, household appliances and computing IFPDs are sealed units exhaustively bench tested before release from the factory. For this reason and because of their circuit-designed technology, repairs in the rare case of a fault are not possible. Yes, a few external components such as cables can be replaced but only the originating factory may reveal and examine the internal technology. Therefore the replacement of non-functioning IFPDs is today the only game in town. It&rsquo;s not quite rocket science but it&rsquo;s close enough.</span></p>

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