introducing projex boards for iPad
A whole new way to display.
All-new tri fold poster project board for iPad. Instantly improve your presentation with Projex Pro. Connects your iPad 9.7 for adding video, music, interactive games and more. Projex Pro 36x40 trifold display board's new design is available with smooth white display surface and natural craft back. All parts included for quick and easy assembly.
Get instant presentation confidence with the only poster project display board for iPad 9.7
All-new Projex Pro design is available with smooth white display surface and natural craft back. Projex Pro connects your iPad 9.7 or other tablets 7.25 x 9.5 inches. Make your presentation more exciting by adding video, music , interactive games and more.
Assemble and almost instantly your display will stand out and get attention. Projex Pro is more than a folded piece of cardboard. New design eliminates awkward set-up, holds your iPad at eye-level to create a dynamic poster project that presents you with confidence.
(Strong premium corrugated materials. Folds for lightweight transportation.)
With Projex Pro you have an amazing platform to confidently present your work, ideas or creativity. For Business, Education and Home. Used by bright innovative students for science project presentations, smart competitive professionals and more.
Remember to set your display to "never" to keep your tablet on when you are presenting.
Make and share videos. In our video, the science students create a video of their laboratory experiment to demonstrate methods, materials and procedures.
Science Fair Project Resources: EPA's Science Fair Project Ideas, NASA's How to Do a Science Fair Project, USGS How to do a Science Project, NOAA/NASA SciJinks and Science Fair Project Ideas for Energy Savers
Create a beautiful display on the smooth white front. We recommend creating your display on the front of your Projex Pro Board before adding the pocket and easel stand on the back of the board.
Science Fair Display Board Layout Resources: Display Board Contents
Watch the instructional video to assemble your Projex Pro Board in under 10 minutes or follow the directions enclosed in the box. Use the double sided mounting tape to attach the tablet pocket and easel stand to the back of the board. Power up by running your power cords through the opening in the tablet pocket and at the bottom of the board.
Use the cord holes in the tablet pocket for power cords and remember to set-up your tablet display to "never" to keep your tablet on during your presentation. Read National Science Fair Display Board rules from Society of Science. Read about interactive display boards on Wikipedia
TIP: Bring an auxiliary tablet battery to your presentation.
Your Projex Board takes only a few minutes to set-up. Download the instructions here or watch this video for an alternate method.
Money saving one piece design creates a professional display for less
Header folds out to give your display a new dimension (no assembly required)
Ready to use one piece design is simple to set-up carry and move
Heavy duty, sturdy self-standing presentation board (36 H x 48 W inches)
Smooth white display surface with natural kraft back
Recyclable corrugated material ( PATENT PENDING)
We’re a Vermont based family business. We got our start by adding a computer screen to a science fair display board. The project earned top awards and the poster board was amazing. Projex Boards are easy to make and fun to use. We support our local and national economy by making all Projex Boards in upstate New York with pack & ship in Vermont. We make our boards out of recyclable materials because we care about the environment. When you order a Projex Board you support American ingenuity and American jobs. Buy American and help your country grow.
Patents: US 9,129,537, D753,663 S, US 9,747823B
"Projex Boards" is a registered Trademark in the State of Vermont. Our slogan "A whole new way to display" is protected by copyright law.
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Partial funding for development of this video made possible by a Rural Business Development Grant through the Northern Community Investment Corporation from USDA Rural Development.