Google has just raised the bar on collaboration with G Suite by announcing the Jamboard, the first hardware component of the recently rebranded Google Apps.
Jamboard is touted as being able to merge the worlds of physical and digital creativity. A 55-inch 4K touchscreen, it will ship in 2017 and will cost around $6,000.
Drawings, or ‘jams’ are automatically saved to Google Drive so that they can be later accessed and edited.
Google has provided a “send me updates” form on this page. If your company is not using G Suite, you can get Jamboard-ready by signing up: