How to Share Screen for Web Conferencing Distance Education Using Kamvas Pro 16
- Huion pen tablet/display is the ideal tool for remote working and distance learning.
- A pen tablet/display can precisely record your handwritten contents and digitalize them into the computer Simultaneously. It is also compatible with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, Evernote, etc.
- Instructors can easily write, editing, and annotating their teaching material in real-time by using a pen tablet/display. The instinctive using experiences ensure a smooth flow of instruction and the problem-solving process. For the user who is looking for the affordable pen tablet, Huion pen tablet/display are pretty good choices.
- If you are an instructor who pursuing further career development, you probably want to open online courses on platforms like YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, Udemy, Khan Academy, Codecademy, etc. Huion tablet/display can dramatically increase your productivity, teaching material that previously took hours to prepare can now be done in a short period.
- Connected Huion pen tablet/display, open the right applications and start an intuitive interactive classroom or meeting room with better efficiency.
- You can have online meeting / web conference with your work partners anytime, anywhere to record your novel ideas and share them.
Popular Working Area
Featuring a 15.6 inches IPS Screen, the weight of KAMVAS Pro 16 is about 1.35KG and the thickness is 11.5mm, only a little thicker than a mobile phone. It is easy to put in your backpack and carry.
Tilt Function and Battery-free Pen
No longer need to charge; Thanks to EMR (Electro-Magnetic Resonance) technology; Smooth silicone grip provides a more comfortable hold; HUION drawing monitor also offer cute and stable donut-shaped pen holder, with 10 nibs and clip inside.
Full-laminated Anti-Glare Glass Panel
Make your drawing more accurate and natural. The screen surface is covered with Anti-glare Glass, effectively reducing the “glare” effect and better protecting your eyes.
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