According to Futuresource Consulting, strong demand in the corporate and education sectors continues to propel the sales of Wireless Presentation Systems (WPS) worldwide. The category grew 36% in 2018, accounting for over $1B in revenues. BenQ is leading that charge with the latest edition to its family of InstaShow Wireless HDMI Presentation Systems, the InstaShow S. InstaShow uses simple HDMI button connectors that make it easy to screen-share and switch presenters at a tap, without software downloads or logging onto the network. InstaShow S differentiates itself in the market with the ability to present in 4K resolution; share four screens (computers, phones, and tablets) simultaneously to the display — more than any other competing model; and offers a touchback feature — all at a very budget-friendly price point.
Touchback provides Windows users with the ability to control and annotate documents on the computer from a touchscreen or interactive flat panel display. Users can open files, control video playback, and make changes to documents right on the touchscreen – then save them to the notebook, which saves time and keeps the meeting synergy moving forward. No need to run back and forth from your laptop to the display. For mobile devices, such as tablets and phones, users can either physically connect an InstaShow S button using an adapter, wirelessly connect using AirPlay, Miracast, or use the BenQ InstaShare app, truly unlocking the potential of BYOD meetings. With its native HDMI support of Chromebooks as well, InstaShow S redefines presentation simplicity.
As a worldwide market leader in wireless presentation systems, we would invite you to learn more on the BenQ InstaShow S system that is easy to set up, visitor-friendly, and can connect to nearly any HDMI device for your presentation.