Make collaboration easy
Collaboration is key to successful teams. Through Samsung Flip’s versatile connectivity options and touch-out control feature, participants can share content directly from their external devices and distribute information easily via email, print1, and network or USB storage. At the same time, you can rest assured that great ideas are kept confidential with the Flip’s password based security system.
Versatile connectivity options
Samsung Flip’s versatile connectivity options mean flexibility to connect with a variety of external devices2 to share new information at meetings amongst participants. Spend more time brainstorming on ideas and actively engage with everyone in the discussion.
Synchronise with different devices
Samsung Flip empowers a seamless, fully synchronised, easy-to-use collaborative experience. Users can synchronise their external devices to the Flip, for interactive, real-time content sharing and annotation with the touch out control feature3. Participants can also mirror content directly from their smartphones4 onto Flip via integrated NFC and screen mirroring technologies5.
Share meeting outcomes with ease
Make meeting recaps simple and productive with Samsung Flip’s various modes of distributing information efficiently. Store or send digital notes captured on the Flip to meeting participants via email, print1, USB or network storage.
Safeguard ideas and data
Keep ideas great but secure. While the Samsung Flip offers multiple user access, it ensures key information stays confidential with a password-based security system.
1Flip users can print notes only via a Windows 7 or 10 OS-powered server or machine by installing a print software.
2Subject to device compatibility.
3Touch Out Control is available through a touch USB cable connection or UIBC-connected Android mobile devices (2016 or later) and Windows 10 PCs.
4Samsung Galaxy Series devices (2016 or later) with an updated Android Oreo OS can launch screen mirroring via NFC.
5Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy Series devices (2016 or later) with an updated Android Oreo OS support full screen mirroring in portrait mode.