With the new Chrome OS and Google Classroom on the rise, it’s no longer enough to support only Windows and Mac OS. Built to work seamlessly with a wide range of electronic devices, BenQ Interactive Flat Panels (IFPs) work perfectly with all major operating systems including Windows, Chrome, Mac, and Linux.
Classroom sizes vary and need a diverse collection of panel screen sizes to fit perfectly. BenQ offers a variety of IFP sizes ranging from 55”, 65”, 70” 79” to 84”, which is far more diversified than other display providers on the market.
BenQ IFPs are bundled with Oktopus, a comprehensive teaching tool crafted to enhance teaching and boost learning results. Because Oktopus can read and use most popular educational software with amazing compatibility, BenQ IFPs provide schools hassle-free software transfer and absolutely reliable teaching document retention.
In the fast-growing IFP market with fierce competition, you need a partner with unique insight and specific experience in educational technology. Partner with BenQ as your trusted teammate to win bids today, helping schools integrate IFPs into any OS, software, and classroom need.
Because health risks at schools are so prevalent, present in the very devices that facilitate learning, it’s critical to partner with BenQ to differentiate yourself and win educational bids with healthy interactive technologies for the 21st century classroom:
● BenQ AG+ Screens feature ionic silver agents which kill most bacteria on contact, to effectively block the spread of germs in classrooms.
● BenQ Anti-glare Displays reduce reflection and glare for the best classroom viewing experience without eye strain.
● BenQ TÜV-Certified Flicker-Free Technology eliminates backlight flickering to reduce CVS-related eye problems and discomfort caused by looking at the screen all day.<br>
● BenQ TÜV-Certified Low Blue Light Technology minimizes the risks of blue-light exposure, directly linked to myopia and macular degeneration, allowing teachers to create the most comfortable and efficient viewing experience for themselves and students.