BenQ, an internationally renowned provider of visual display solutions, has introduced a myriad of new solutions aimed at fostering collaboration.
Of the new offerings is a full line-up of Dustproof Laser Projectors that include 4K, Short Throw, Ultra Short Throw and Fixed Lens models which are suitable for different corporate or educational settings including auditoriums, lecture halls, small to large-sized meeting rooms and classrooms.
The Projectors feature accurate 95% coverage of the Rec. 709 color gamut and are also equipped with Dual Color Wheel System to deliver precise and realistic color and maximum impact in today’s infographics.
Leveraging the innovative laser light source, the Projectors offer a wide range of flexible installation capabilities such as central lens design, 1.5X big zoom, dual-axis H/V lens shift, 360° vertical projection, and two-dimensional keystone correction with Corner Fit for diverse mounting scenarios.
The projectors are also equipped with BenQ’s BlueCore and Dust Guard Pro technology which offers colours with realistic imagery, and displays which run continuously for longer than 20,000 hours without replacement
Moreover, with the IP5X-rated Dust Guard technology, particulate matter as small as 2.5 micrometers (PM2.5) and 90% of all airborne dust particles are also being blocked.
“The shift towards digitization and BYOD has transformed conventional classroom style teaching methods as well as traditional meetings held at the office. By 2022, the Interactive Flat Panel Display market is predicted to hit a total of 90%, with more organizations and educational institutes adopting integrated and future-proof solutions to stay digitally collaborative,” said Jeffrey Liang, President of BenQ Asia Pacific.
Indoor air quality affects concentration and performance of people. This is why BenQ incorporated an air-quality sensor in the new RP Series Germ-Resistant and Smart Eye-Care Interactive Flat Panel (IFP) to ensure that participants can remain highly focused while enjoying a much healthier indoor environment. The air quality sensor monitors indoor CO2 concentration levels and will show current CO2 levels in Low to Very High ranges on its homepage.
The device also features a unique TÜV-certified technology of Germ Resistant and Low Blue Light and Flicker-free technologies with an anti-glare display that reminds users to adopt necessary mechanisms to keep concentrations at an ideal level when CO2 levels vary.
The RP Series comes with an upgraded EZWrite 5.0 that supports cloud collaboration. Users can simply join Cloud Whiteboard to share ideas using their own mobile devices, freeing them from geographic restrictions while supporting Sticky Note for group ideation.
Users are also able to use digital pens, calligraphy brushes, and more when annotating on the IFP. With a dual pen function, the EZWrite 5.0 enables 2 users to collaborate simultaneously with different colours.
End users can now access their personalized accounts and settings on any IFP that they have logged into with the Account Management System that allows for unlimited user accounts and device settings on the cloud for BenQ Interactive Flat Panels.
Adding to the advanced digitization, the Smart Displays are built with a custom Android OS, WPS Office App and InstaQShare app, which enable simple wireless presentation and collaboration through screen mirroring.
Lastly, the new InstaShow WDC20 is a wireless presentation device that introduces opportunities in network collaboration without additional facility investment or training. Featuring True Plug-n-play, AES 128-bit security encryption, and the ability to support mobile devices and up to four different split screens, the system offers an enhanced collaboration experience between team members.
The new InstaShow WDC20 will be available from February 2019.
“As one of Singapore’s top 3 IFP brands and a global leader in DLP Projectors, BenQ is committed to providing human-centric solutions that are able to integrate on multiple platforms to improve device compatibility, connectivity and learning efficiencies,” concluded Jeffrey.