TAIPEI, TAIWAN, September 24nd, 2014
– BenQ, an internationally renowned provider of digital lifestyle innovations and LED monitor expert, proudly announced today the expansion of its Eye-Care Interactive Flat Panel (IFP) lineup with the launch of the RP840G. Designed to enhance classroom interactivity and collaboration with a new level of versatility, the 84” interactive flat panel uses 10-point multi-touch technology to maximize screen sensitivity and touch capability. Its stunning 4K resolution on the ultra-high-definition (UHD) screen combined with BenQ’s exclusive eye-care features like anti-glare glass treatment and Low Blue Light Technology further ensures the highest viewing quality and comfort for teachers and students. Other popular features and software are also incorporated into the RP840G for added convenience and a better learning experience, including multi-platform and ChromeBook support, touch driver-free set-up, QCast and DisplayNote. In every aspect, the RP840G is a true testament to BenQ’s aspiration to bring enjoyment and quality to teaching and learning with technological innovations that matter to every facet of education.
BenQ’s new RP840G interactive flat panel offers educators today a comprehensive solution to foster dynamic, interactive and collaborative learning in class. So every lesson can be delivered effectively to maximize the learning experience of every learner. The 84” UHD interactive flat panel boasts the latest 4K resolution, packing in 3840 x 2160 pixels for a stunningly clearer picture and enough room for four students to share their ideas on one display. It is also a breakthrough for its class, incorporating 10-point multi-touch technology to provide a responsive, high-precision interface for classroom instruction and an innovative platform for stimulated participation and enthusiasm, as it allows more students to interact and collaborate simultaneously.
As eye care has been one of BenQ’s key focuses for display product research and development, the RP840G is designed in every way to help care for the eye health of all users in the education market. The 84” screen offers an expansive view of all the contents displayed without annoying visual interferences like reflections, glare or fingerprints. This allows for larger eye-to-panel distance and less squinting for a more comfortable and healthier viewing experience. The Low Blue Light Modes, which reduce harmful blue light emission by up to 70%, further prevent eyestrain and safeguard users’ eye health from any permanent damage to the retina.
To support a wide range of education environments and applications, the RP840G is built to work with multiple operating platforms, ensuring the smoothest presentation using a Windows, Mac, or Linux computer or Chromebook. What’s more, it is touch driver-free, operable with a simple plug and play to do away with the hassles of complex set-up tasks such as downloading and installing touch drivers under Windows. Users will also appreciate the additional presentation support provided by the software bundles.The QCast software enables seamless wireless streaming and mirroring of all digital contents through a BenQ WiFi dongle, empowering teachers to enrich their lesson plans with a variety of multimedia resources. The DisplayNote software is downloadable using the DisplayNote license key for additional support, including wireless presentation, wireless desktop control, real-time collaboration, and cross platform solution.