A clicker is a remote wireless handset. Each student or audience member holds one. A set of clickers is called audience response system (ARS) or student response system (SRS). Some people just call them voting systems.
The Wordpad2s have an OLED screen and 39 QWERTY layout keys. They work with either our Wordwall or Wordvote software. The depth of experience they deliver is unlike any other clicker system available.
The price below is a one-off payment and is exclusive of VAT.
32 handsets, 1 receiver and case - £1895
Includes the Wordwall PC software as a perpetual site licence. No subscription payments are required. One year RTB warranty included. Note that the prices given are subject to change and discount is available for larger orders.
In Joypad Answer everyone can race around the screen to answer questions first.
Run an instant Poll in which you explore who voted for what.
Get your audience to put the suggestions in order with Rank order.
The Wordvote software allows you to create assessments and surveys for use with the Wordpad2 clickers. It is particularly useful for tracking student progress or for interacting with large audiences.
You can create a series of self-paced questions with 8 types to choose from. The software integrates closely with PowerPoint and Excel.Learn more about Wordvote
Thes price below is a one-off payment and is exclusive of VAT.
Wordvote - £499
Wordvote requires the Wordpad2 handsets to operate. Note that the prices given are subject to change and discount is available for larger orders.
The screen has 160x128 pixels with 64k colours allowing it to render small graphics and photos.
The technology is OLED which gives benefits of outstanding constrast ratio (2000:1), vibrant colours and low power drain.
As the screen is luminous, it is visible under a range of conditions from a bright room down to total darkness.
The Wordpad2s take 2xAA standard batteries. You can use either rechargables or disposable. Typical alkaline batteries give about 100 hours continuous lifetime, that's about 1 year in normal use.
The screen is capable of displaying all characters in the basic unicode set - about 50,000.
This makes it ideal for displaying maths symbols and foreign languages. It's also capable of rendering complex equation layouts.
The split area thumbpad gives the ability for rapid typing. For most people its faster than either a tablet touch screen or cell-phone style layout.
The back moulding has been specifically designed to suit a wide range of hand sizes, from small children to adults.
The Wordpad2 system is typically used in class-sized sets.
In classroom scenarios it has high response speed allowing computer game style activities to be played.
For assemblies and lectures, larger audiences can accommodated by combining sets whilst still running off a single USB receiver.
The Wordpad2 is made of durable ABS with internal padding. It's drop-tested to survive under classroom conditions.