No learning curves: Compatibilty
with the latest APs
electromagnetic technology fully supports mainstream
software applications such as Microsoft® Office™
XP and 2003, and Adobe® Photoshop™7.0.
Because users are already familiar with the rich
features of these packages no learning curves are
It's a breeze to use the new handwriting
features in Microsoft Office XP and 2003.
You can write whole sentences directly on
the screen, which will then be recognized
and entered in MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook,
MS Access or MS Internet Explorer. In MS
Powerpoint you can select the pen option
and clarify your presentations by making
annotations directly on the screen while
keeping in eye contact with your audience.
And, of course, you can organize your notes
and add handwritten comments in the new
MS Office OneNote 2003 program.
The Centurion™ further replaces
the mouse functions in all other Windows
Another step closer
to the ‘paperless office
Centurion™ eliminates the tedious
step of printing out and annotating
documents. A boss can make annotations
directly on the screen and share the
document with his secretary, who can
then make the necessary modifications.
Digital ink for designers
Centurion™ is a versatile design
tool that allows industrial designer
and engineers to let their imagination
free rein and focus on their work.
a whiteboard during a video conference
Centurion™ tablet LCD monitor
offers a comprehensive way to share
a whiteboard (or other applications)
in Microsoft Netmeeting.
deployed in an e-classroom environment,
the Centurion™ highly
increases interactivity between
teacher and students.
Presentations and Seminars
with an LCD monitor speakers and
lecturers can use the Centurion™ as a digital whiteboard and greatly
enhance their presentations. ACME’s
stylus pen replaces the traditional
laser pointer and permits to make
clarifying annotations on the
screen while keeping in eye-contact
with their audience.
and contracts can be signed on
the screen everywhere and anytime
with a handwritten signature.
Special software *) allows the
signature to be captured, recognized
and verified, making the document
imaging and electronic medical records (EMR)
staff can easily annotate research results
and associate them to a patient’s