The Samsung Flip 2 is a practical and reliable way to engage same-location teams in creative collaborations,
but isn’t designed for remote or distributed teams. If you have participants in different locations, then you’ll want to find a Flip 2 alternative. Vibe gives your business more ways to grow, share,
and work together for just a little bigger investment, and we think that’s worth it.
Samsung Flip 2 Pricing
The Flip 2’s 55” model costs $2,199 and is sold separately from the mobile stand ($499).
Samsung Flip 2 Highlights
The most distinct feature of the Flip 2—in fact, the feature that gives the board its name— is its ability to
flip from a horizontal to vertical position, just as you would be able to do with a standard paper flipchart.
(Though it’s important to note that this is only possible with the 55” model.)
Also similar to a paper flipchart is the Flip 2’s natural drawing and annotating abilities. Up to four people
can draw on the board simultaneously, which is ideal for a team brainstorming session. The board was also
designed with efficiency in mind, so the editing tools are quick and easy to use.
Users can wirelessly connect to the board and changes will be reflected across all connected devices. With the
Flip 2, team members can share Microsoft Office files, brainstorming sessions, drawings and more via email,
screenshare, thumb drive, or printed sheets.
The Flip 2 is a good business tool, but the limited access to third-party apps keeps it from being the best
option for collaboration. Users can view PDFs and open files from Microsoft Office, but the ability to
integrate a large variety of apps doesn’t exist.
Because video conferencing apps like GoToMeeting and Zoom are inaccessible on the Flip 2 (and the board doesn’t
have a built-in camera), your team’s meeting, training, or brainstorming session is limited to whoever is in the
same room. Any business with remote workers would need to find another solution for keeping the team on the same
On the subject of pages, it’s important to note that work sessions on the Flip 2 are limited to 20 pages. This
could be plenty of space for some users and smaller projects; however, knowing that other digital whiteboards
have an infinite canvas makes the 20-page limit seem restrictive.