Dry Erase Board

Share your thoughts easily with a whiteboard

A dry erase board (also known as a whiteboard) is a vital tool in any office. A great addition to meetings and presentations or simply as a planning tool in your home office, this kind of presentation board offers the flexibility and low price tag that any businessperson can appreciate. The price you pay is determined by the size of the board and any mounting hardware you may need.

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A dry erase board is the modern and less messy equivalent to a chalk board. It's a convenient presentation tool because it allows you to visually demonstrate your ideas, take notes or organize your thoughts over and over again, easily erased and cleaned up for the next meeting. With dry erase markers you can color-code, draw connections or simply write out the plan of action, only to wipe off the markings and start again.

Magnetic Dry Erase Board

The magnetic dry erase board is another convenient piece of office presentation equipment. This type of presentation board allows you all the features of the traditional whiteboard, as well as allowing you to stick magnetic pieces to it. This will help you create a multimedia presentation that will excite and interest your audience and your boss. You can also allow for audience participation in your presentations by offering your coworkers or clients the chance to stick their own ideas up on the board alongside yours.

Dry Erase Markers

Dry erase markers are the presenter's dream. You can purchase them in a rainbow of colors and a variety of shapes and sizes. Dry erase markers were once messy and smelly, but the latest options include easy-wipe and odorless versions.

A dry erase board is an important presentation tool because it allows you the flexibility you just can't get from multimedia projectors. When ideas are introduced on the fly, or changes need to be made, additions can be made with the stroke of a marker and your delete key is a simple swipe of an eraser. If you base your presentation completely on a PowerPoint or spreadsheet display, changes can't be made as easily.

Whiteboards also reduce the need for photocopies or printouts, since everyone at the meeting can take their own notes based on the presentation.