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BenQ releases range of displays for business and education

14 Sep 18

 BenQ is releasing a range of new display products for the business and education markets.

The RP Series Germ-Resistant and Smart Eye-Care Interactive Flat Panel will come in 165cm (65”), 178cm (70”), and 218cm (86”) versions. 

The full lineup of Dustproof Laser Projectors includes a 4K projector, short throw projector, ultra short throw projector, and fixed lens projector, plus, the new generation of wireless presentation device InstaShow.

BenQ Dustproof Laser Projectors are equipped with BlueCore technology and can run continuously for longer than 20,000 hours without replacement. 
The IP5X-rated Dust Guard technology means that the dust filters block particulate matter as small as 2.5 micrometers (PM2.5) and 90% of all airborne dust particles. 

The projectors equipped with Dual Colour Wheels to deliver precise, realistic colour and accurate 95% coverage of the Rec. 709 colour gamut.

Due to the laser light source, installation options are flexible, 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 needs.

Interactive Flat Panel also includes an air quality sensor which is capable of detecting CO2 intensity indoors. 

EZWrite 5.0, the annotation tool on all BenQ’s new RP Series IFPs comes with the original features – handwriting recognition, floating tool, calculator, and palm eraser, plus - cloud whiteboard, dual pens and brush mode.

Cloud Whiteboard lets users collect, categorise, edit, and share ideas between the IFP and mobile devices without geographic restrictions and user limits. 

Dual pens allow two users to write or draw simultaneously with different colours, eliminating the need to change the pen’s colour.

In order to facilitate the process of device and user account management for both end users and IT staff, account management system (AMS) is designed to manage unlimited user accounts and device settings. 

AMS also allows end users to access their personalised workspace environment and settings on any IFP that they have logged into.

Featuring AES 128-bit security encryption, the new InstaShow WDC20 is a wireless presentation device that supports mobile devices and up to four different split screens. 

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