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New RP700+ - 70 inches of Interactive Flat Panel featuring eye-care technology – it’s BenQ Genius

New RP700+ - 70 inches of Interactive Flat Panel featuring eye-care technology – it’s BenQ Genius

07-29-2014
Sydney, Australia – August 2014:                  

Have the cake and eat it too, with BenQ’s latest release Interactive Flat Panel – RP700+ - 70 inches of screen offering a host of advanced features including multi-touch technology for receptive tactile navigation and unsurpassed classroom or group interaction – pan, zoom and scroll on this IFP like you can on a tablet – all the convenience included with no compromise to eye comfort.  Screentime – especially when you’re looking at a 70” screen, may be the cause of discomfort including headaches and eye strain, but not if the screen’s a BenQ. 
 
The new BenQ RP700+ - like the majority of BenQ panels, whether IFPs or computer monitors, have comfort and eye health as their premium consideration, with the inclusion of a number of functions and features to aid and protect the health of our vision. 
 
The RP700+ is fitted with BenQ’s exclusive LBL (Low Blue Light) technology which reduces the harmful blue spectrum light emissions - extended exposure to blue light has been found to cause retinal damage which leads to eye diseases including macular degeneration.  In addition to LBL, the RP700’s screen is made from anti-glare glass reducing reflection for more legible text and clearer images, helping to avoid eye strain and facilitating more effective instruction.
 
The Ambient Light Sensor is another clever addition, ensuring the best viewing experience regardless of ambient light levels, while protecting the eyes and reducing power consumption by up to 50%.
 
“Compatible with major operating systems from Windows to Mac, Linux and Chrome the IFP is built to work seamlessly with a wide range of computing and mobile devices via simple ‘plug and play’ usage”, said Martin Moelle, BenQ Australia’s managing director.  “Three USB ports allow Multi-PC Touch Support - making the IFP very versatile and affording great convenience to the classroom or boardroom.  One port is actually set on the front bezel for ease of access but the panel can support up to three computing devices.  Equipped with DisplayNote Software - a cross panel solution that facilitates real-time collaboration across multiple computing and smart devices – the RP700+ enables multiple users to stream content and contribute to the presentation.
 
“The Wireless Desktop Control feature further allows teachers and presenters to mirror and wirelessly control their PC from anywhere in the room, freeing them from traditional lecture style teaching,” said Moelle.
 
“WiFi display is no problem either, with EZCast Software installed to project diverse digital content from computing and smart devices as well as cloud storage via WiFi.  Its Quad Split Screen feature supports cross-platform split-screen display from up to four input sources.  As a resut teachers and students are able to share and interact freely,”  he said.
 
Hotkeys are incorporated on the front bezel for quick and easy access to Freeze and Blank features as well as volume and input source control.
 
Finally, the inclusion of MDA Software (Multiple Display Administrator) saves time and effort by providing remote management of BenQ IFP MDA, supporting remote shutdowns of equipment not in use, saving significantly on power consumption. 
 
Versatile, smart and both vision and eco-friendly, the RP700+ is part of BenQ’s family of eye-care Interactive Flat Panels and will be launched shortly for a RRP of $7,999.00.
 
For further information, visit www.BenQ.com.au or call 1300 130 336.
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