BenQ Interactive Display Ranks No.1 in Asia Pacific and Middle East in Q3 2022 with YoY Growth of 77%
  • BenQ
  • 2022-11-30

BenQ satisfies demand for innovative education total solutions with a 10.2% market share in the Asia Pacific and Middle East regions


SYDNEY, Australia, November 29, 2022— BenQ, an internationally renowned innovator of audiovisual solutions, achieved a milestone as the No.1 brand in the Asia Pacific and Middle East interactive display markets in Q3 2022, according to market research firm Futuresource.  The BenQ Board ranks No.1 in Asia Pacific and Middle East regions [1] in Q3 2022, with 10.2% market share, achieving 77 percent YoY growth. BenQ Board ranks No. 1 in five countries by volume, including Saudi Arabia, UAE, Indonesia, Thailand and Bangladesh. 


“BenQ’s 10.2% market share in Asia Pacific and Middle East regions shows our dedication to the education market for over 10 years,” said Jeffrey Liang, President of BenQ Asia Pacific.” Achieving the top position is a recognition of the team's efforts, achieving No.1 in five countries and an impressive YoY growth of 77%. Through our innovative products and ClassroomCare® technology, we are leading our customers towards digitalization and adapting to the digital age, while creating a healthy and interactive learning environment for young learners. 


BenQ anticipates continued strong demand with the recently launched BenQ Board RP03 series, featuring the world’s first Eyesafe® certified blue light protection and offering students and teachers comprehensive and innovative interactive display technology to provide effective, immersive, and health-conscious learning environments.

BenQ is driving digital transformations while providing healthy learning spaces with exclusive ClassroomCare® solutions


BenQ’s catalog of interactive displays are creating new possibilities for how students learn by helping educators add a new dimension to in-classroom and remote learning. These education total solutions are satisfying customer needs for modernizing education via the marriage of hardware and software that’s driving the digital transformation of schools while providing healthier learning environments. BenQ ClassroomCare® solutions have helped to drive demand for healthier learning spaces among the Covid-19 pandemic. It works by creating additional layers of protection against health risks in the classroom, as students are prone to transfer germs through shared tools and surfaces. Thanks to TÜV and SIAA-certified germ-resistant screens, interfaces, and pens, BenQ Boards help prevent disease transmission and are 99.9% effective against common bacteria and other disease-causing germs. BenQ Boards include other safety and health features such as specialized air quality sensors to improve the air quality inside their classrooms, a built-in ionizer that releases negative ions to help purify the air by decreasing the amount of inhalable suspended particles, and built-in eye care technologies have been certified by both TÜV and Eyesafe® that reduce blue light’s harmful effects.


[1] Source: Quarter 3 2022 Global Interactive Displays Report, Futuresource. The Asia Pacific and Middle East regions include Australia, Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Rest Middle East*, Rest of Africa, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, and Vietnam. *Excludes Israel