Google’s new super-sized digital whiteboard finally has a price.
The search giant said Thursday that its 55-inch Jamboard, a giant screen with 4K resolution that people can use to write, draw, and create presentations, will sell for $5,000 plus an annual $600 service fee when it’s available in May.
A Google (goog) spokesperson said the Jamboard would first be sold in the U.S., and then in other countries at a later date. It is designed to be attached to a wall, although it can also be affixed to a moveable stand that costs extra.
The Jamboard is part of Google’s G Suite portfolio of software services like Gmail that are aimed at business customers. The device was designed to work well with those tools including the newly revamped Hangouts Meet for video conferencing and Hangouts Chat for workplace chat.
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Jamboard will face off against digital whiteboards from a number of rivals. Cisco (csco) recently announced the Spark Board digital whiteboard, which costs $5,000 plus an extra $200 monthly fee for features like sharing documents.
Also on Thursday, Google said it revamped its Google Vault for Drive app, which stores all files from emails to chats to documents, to make it easier for IT administrators to search and keep track of company documents. Google also said its Teams Drives document storage service also has new security features like better access control so only employees with permission can access certain files.
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Additionally, Google said it bought a small startup called AppBridge that it said would help make it easier for companies to move documents that they have stored on their own internal file servers into Google’s G Suite services. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Google first unveiled the Jamboard in October, saying it would cost less than $6,000. But at the time, it did not have a definite price.