PW40U PointWrite™ kit works on any flat surface, so no expensive digital whiteboard or additional equipment is necessary. With PW40U, images can be projected onto a desk or table for multiple students to easily share and write on the same screen, creating vast new opportunities for classroom interactivity and enabling possibilities for modern digital classrooms.
BenQ’s dual screen feature allows teachers to create immersive learning experiences by seamlessly connecting two screens. In addition, you can use PointWrite™ infrared pen or pair the system with PointWrite™ Touch* to equip a fully scalable and forward-thinking classroom. The multi-touch capabilities, which support Windows7 or above and future applications, are enabled by QWrite™** to encourage students to collaborate and create ideas together using one big screen. Students can now watch videos and take notes simultaneously using easy and intuitive technology.
**QWrite™ is BenQ exclusive annotation software is compatible with BenQ PointWrite™ kit.
*PW40U also support manual calibration with improved accuracy
PW40U PointWrite™ kit works with L890UST Series, which supports auto calibration through a user-friendly configuration interface without complicated setup. The interactive sensor also guarantees reliable auto-calibration in normal ambient lighting without interference.
One-time driver setup for initial alignment calibration PointWrite™ kit increases convenience upon the first PointWrite™ kit use, and subsequent users can plug and play to start the interaction quickly without driver installation to immediately start interactive teaching sessions anytime.
PW40U PointWrite™ kit features improved light interference performance with new infrared technology. Equipped with enhanced anti-light interference level, PW40U ensures optimal usability under brighter sunshine in both pen mode or finger mode*.
* Finger mode requires pairing with optional PointWrite™ Touch module PT20.
PointWrite™ projectors support intuitive Windows gestures such as zooming in and out or scrolling while browsing webpages, pictures, or Google Maps. All multi-touch commands and gestures are supported for Windows8 or above and future applications.