If you produce presentations that would benefit from an interactive element, this digital pen is ideal. Using the special printed papers, you can import a presentation or image and then scrawl all over it – perfect for teachers or a company brainstorm.
We were impressed with the accuracy of the pen when writing on the paper itself and how this is translated to the screen. The special paper allows you to change nib thicknesses, colour and even create shapes such as ellipses and boxes that can be outlined or filled with a colour.
You can also use the system as a standard whiteboard and we liked the ability to create multiple whiteboards that you can flip between during a presentation.
As a replacement for the traditional whiteboard, Papershow is a great innovation. Even more integration with PowerPoint would have been ideal, but for creative whiteboard sessions, this starter pack is good value for money.