Have you seen the new Surface Hub 2 that Microsoft is going to release next year? It’s probably one of the coolest things we’ve seen in a long time — check it out:

As cool as it is though, it’s going to cost a fortune. The first-generation model cost as much as $22,000! I have no interest in paying thousands of dollars for a glorified touchscreen, but I would definitely pay a few hundred dollars for one. That’s why I like the Touchjet WAVE Virtual Touchscreen TV System so much. It converts any television up to 65 inches into a huge touchscreen, and it’s way more responsive than you think it would be. Definitely check it out.

Here are the highlights from the product page:

 

  • Please refer to the user manual for setup instructions. If there are issues, please contact Touchjet Customer Service at 415-579-3399 for assistance.
  • Virtual Touchscreen – Touchjet WAVE adds a virtual touchscreen onto flat screen TVs and display monitors up to 65″ (smart TV is not required).
  • Simple Connection – Simply attach the WAVE to the top of your TV and plug the WAVE into your TV via HDMI.
  • Giant Tablet – The WAVE is preloaded with the Android OS, Wi-Fi and it comes preloaded with apps so that you can start enjoying right out of the box.
  • Work View / Class Time – Flip through your presentation directly on the big screen just like John King on cnn.
  • Streaming – Stream your favorite shows and movies on Netflix or your favorite streaming app without having to connect to other devices.
  • Support – Please download the Touchjet App onto your smart device (iOS and Android) for step-by-step instructions.
  • Connect, Collaborate, and Share – With WAVE, bring presentation and education apps, and connect individual tablets to the big touchscreen. An affordable alternative to IWB and giant tablets.

 

 

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