Choose the best screen size for your office to help teams get together, share and achieve.
Works out of the box
Begin collaborating without IT support. The D8600 is an out-of-the-box solution that doesn't need input from a dedicated computer or proprietary software. Pair it with a Ricoh digital projector to share interactive presentations with larger audiences.
Collaborate to elaborate
Use the D8600 to share information from almost any source without connecting to a PC. Download your favourite business apps to display documents, images and more even files from a corporate network or ERP system. Set up an ad hoc meeting in use Skype® for Business for face-to-face feedback or choose other Windows® 10-compatible videoconferencing software to reach your audience.
- Real time collaboration
Edit and mark documents directly on the whiteboard. Multiple devices can connect for support across locations.
- Innovative handwriting recognition
Write, scribble or draw with the electronic pen, using the whiteboard’s OCR recognition.
- No tired eyes
Blue light mode and anti-glare screen reduces eye strain.
- Share results easily
Whiteboard visuals can be printed or send PDFs by email, to USB or directly to your office folders, on the cloud or network.
Request a quote and empower your digital workplace with us
Whatever your business needs there’s a Ricoh specialist ready to help create the ideal solution to improve your work life. Hit the ‘Request a quote’ button, complete the form with your details and we’ll contact you within 24 hours to discuss your requirements.
- Present on an 86" touchscreen panel
- Impress with 4K, LED backlit display
- Connect to a laptop or mobile device
- Second generation touch sensor
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