Between reduced absenteeism, higher concentration levels and easy-on-the-eye screens, with built-in ClassroomCare® technologies, BenQ’s smart interactive smart boards will take your school’s learning environment to the next level by monitoring and eliminating potential health-related risks.
The Active Times highlights how germs accumulate and spread, on items such as students hands, classroom computer keyboards and desks and bathroom door handles. With an official TUV certification, BenQ’s interactive smart boards use multilayer germ-resistant screens with active compounds backed by the latest medical science. All ingredients are guaranteed non-toxic and made to last over years of reliable use. The nano-ionic silver coating eliminates most bacteria, viruses, and fungi that build up on screens.
Germ-resistant screen eliminates bacteria with the nano-ionic silver coating
Classrooms beset by poor air quality and high CO2 levels hamper learning and educational performance, affecting concentration and even presenting lifelong hazards. However, BenQ displays with dedicated sensors inform teachers whenever air quality becomes a problem, and offer recommended actions. By doing so, ClassroomCare products ensure that the result is modern education, not health problems.
According to WHO statistics at least 2.2 billion people worldwide have a vision impairment. Many eye problems start at a young age, and may be due to constant exposure to the blue lights and flickers associated with electronic screens. BenQ’s interactive smart boards feature low blue light, flicker-free, and glare-resistant screens as part of a total commitment to eye care.
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― Principal & CEO Dr. Peter Britton, Ipswich Girls' Grammar School, Queensland, Australia