TAIPEI, TAIWAN, September 16th, 2014
– BenQ, an internationally renowned provider of digital lifestyle innovations and LED monitor expert, proudly announced today its all-new Interactive Flat Panel (IFP) lineup. It has always been the company’s aspiration to create an ideal platform for simple and fun classroom interactivity and collaboration and achieve new benchmarks in its product offering for total interactive classroom solutions. Now, with its latest IFP additions, the RP700+, RP651+ and RP551+, to complete its Interactive Flat Panel product lineup, BenQ brings interactive innovation to a new level of ease with outstanding image quality, intuitive touch solutions, innovative eye-care features and superior reliability that meet the diverse demands of school administrators, educators and learners. EyeCare Because BenQ Cares
EyeCare has been one of BenQ’s key product feature focuses for the past years. Most of BenQ’s display products are equipped with flicker-free technology by model (RP551+ and RP651+) and Low Blue Light Modes to help reduce harmful blue light emission by up to 70%. BenQ has also incorporated anti-glare treatment to the glass surface of the IFP panels to reduce reflection and enhance viewing clarity in the classroom. In turn, more legible text and clearer images help further prevent eyestrain and facilitate effective instruction. Besides Low Blue Light technology and anti-glare panels, light-sensors are also installed in the IFP panels to enable automatic brightness adjustment, ensuring the best viewing experience throughout the day, regardless of the light levels in the classroom. This feature also safeguards the eye health of students and teachers. Not to mention, by preventing excessive brightness, the IFP panels can reduce power consumption by up to 50%. User-Friendly for Even First-Time Users
User-friendliness is what makes a big difference for teachers trying to begin teaching and maintain a good flow in class. This is why BenQ keeps everything as simple as plug and play, doing away with the hassles of complex setup such as downloading and installing touch drivers. With BenQ’s IFP panels, all teachers has to do is connect them to their PC using a USB cable to begin their touch-enhanced lesson plan. There is also a pen tray built onto the IFP panels to provide a handy place for storing IFP stylus and tools. A quicker and easier set-up combined with time-saving thoughtful features does big wonder for an interruption-free class. Multiple Display Administrator APP (MDA) for Better Projector Management and Maintenance
Designed to help projector managers better manage all the projectors in the school, the MDA APP enables centralized control and easy management for setting up scheduling systems, email notifications for problematic projector operations, device monitoring and automatic shutdowns. Effective use of this handy tool will help save schools a significant amount of power costs.
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