Building on it’s Patent Pending KORE™ Technology, KLIK introduces New Products That Make Any Classroom Fully Hybrid
Bellevue, WA October 14th, 2021 – KLIKBoks Inc., makers of the KLIKBoks™ and KLIKStik™ line of wireless collaboration products, today introduced 3 new products aimed at the Education market at TechFest 2021. TechFest is an education technology conference and trade show first started in 2011 and sponsored by reseller MicroK12. Now the Northwest’s largest education technology conference, TechFest draws attendees from across the region who are looking to expand their knowledge and better serve their students, faculty and staff.
First introduced in 2020 the KLIKBoks Streaming Classroom Solution™ (SCS) has been updated with even greater power, capability and scalability. A fully-integrated “system-in-a-box” SCS transforms any classroom into a fully hybrid teaching space that accommodates both in-class instruction with remote learning with the highest production values possible. Drawing on live production and broadcast expertise, SCS delivers stunning audio, video, content sharing and fully interactive communication that is controlled by a single iPad.
Also new at TechFest is the KLIKBoks KORE™, the company’s patented wireless screen sharing technology that requires no apps, works from any device, and even works across networks. A hardware-agnostic solution, KORE™ scales to the available host’s processing power, allowing 1, 2, 4, 6, 9 or more content sources to be displayed simultaneously. Fully scalable content panes can be moved dynamically and scaled as needed right on the screen, allowing educators unparalleled flexibility in staging and sharing content.
Aimed at schools with big aspirations and modest budgets the KLIKBoks HUB™ boasts wireless screen-sharing from Chromecast, AirPlay and the company’s own KLIKConnect™ app with a 4-pane split-screen display capability. That means over 4.3 billion devices can stream content to HUB instantly without installing an app. With an industry-exclusive processed HDMI Video input, the HUB turns into a Live Streaming device that can simulcast audio, video and content to any streaming platform, allowing remote students to watch the class on a smart TV, while using their PC for notes, further study and communications.
“TechFest serves as the perfect vehicle for introduction of these three ground-breaking technologies,” states KLIKBoks founder & CEO Costa Lakoumentas. “Our patented collaboration technology is allowing us to bring in-classroom and remote content sharing that is a quantum leap forward from the current status quo. Our joint venture with Rick Danielson and Power Advantage adds yet another dimension of engineering and deployment at scale that now makes it easy and affordable for any school to go hybrid.”
About KLIKBoks, Inc.
KLIKBoks was founded to solve the problem of how people share content in meetings, classes and conferences. From the company’s early KLIKBoks™ and KLIKStik™ wireless collaboration devices to the breakthrough patented technology found in the KORE™, KLIKBoks is still dedicated to fostering frictionless collaboration between people. https://klikboks.com/
In 1982, Washington native Gary Gill opened the doors to Micro Computer Systems Inc: a family business focused on the re-distribution of micro-computer equipment. Today, MicroK12 is the leader in K-12 technology serving school districts across the Pacific Northwest with projectors, interactive displays, networking devices, computers, laptops and especially with knowledgeable information, advice and support. https://microk12.com/