|Type||Combination Bulletin Board, with enclosure for a Tablet Computer|
|Device compatibility||iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Air|
|Release date||9 May 2016|
|Materials||Wood, Cork (material), white board or blackboard|
|Dimensions||1 x 27.5 x 30 inches|
|Developer(s)||General Enchantment, LLC.|
|Initial release||October 2016|
|Type||Digital Signage and social media|
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BeeBoard is a physical electronic bulletin board system, for which a US patent was granted on 5 September 2017. BeeBoard is designed and marketed by General Enchantment, a technology startup company based in Boston, Massachusetts.
Bulletin Boards with Tablet Enclosures
General Enchantment launched BeeBoard tablet bulletin boards at TechCrunch Disrupt New York 2016. On display were BeeBoard bulletin boards with a cork surface, a writing surface (of either a whiteboard or blackboard) and a space for an iPad tablet computer. A pre-released version of the BeeBoard digital signage Mobile app for iOS was also on display. The complete offering was reviewed by Jonathan Shieber, Senior Editor of TechCrunch and described as a "genius idea"
Digital Signage Software
The BeeBoard Digital Signage software consists of the BeeBoard Publisher for iPhone and BeeBoard Viewer for iPad and makes iOS tablets into a contemporary version of corkboards in homes and offices . The software allows users to create, display and remotely manage digital content across one or multiple locations.
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