The BenQ InstaShow wireless presentation system is one of the most popular wireless presentation systems in the world. With advanced 128-bit encryption and the simplest plug, press, and present user model, how do you choose model is right for your collaboration space?
For smaller collaboration rooms and huddle spaces, the InstaShow WDC-10 is ideal for fast and easy connectivity that will enable you to switch presenters at the touch of a button. The system comes with two buttons, and a tabletop button holder, and you can add additional buttons – including the new USB-C Thunderbolt 3 buttons for simple and easy connections.
For larger meeting rooms, the InstaShow S WDC-20 offers a longer wireless range to enable present from the rear of the room over 40 feet away and can support up to 32 presenters.
For companies and classrooms that use notebook computers, media players, and document cameras, the WDC-10 is an ideal solution since it uses a standard HDMI cable to connect to your device. For notebooks, you plug in the HDMI cable to your notebook, and power the transmitter with the USB cable, or for devices such as cameras, any USB power source such as a cell phone charger.
For rooms that use a lot of mobile tablets and phones to present, the InstaShow S offers more connectivity options for BYOD devices using the InstaShare app, Airplay, and Miracast – in addition to the standard HDMI buttons.
Collaboration can take many forms, and most companies are used to consistently sharing ideas. The InstaShow facilitates fast-paced collaboration, such as scrum meetings, by enabling you to switch presenters at a single tap to share your screen. With multiple buttons in the room, and you can change back and forth from one idea to another in a fraction of a second.
Some organizations prefer all their ideas presented on the screen at the same time. The InstaShow S WDC-20 enables you to put four presenter screens on a single display. Since it supports 4K resolution, each screen is displayed in crystal clear 1080p resolution to see all the details while you are collaborating.
Both InstaShow and InstaShow S use state-of-the-art wireless encryption to ensure your content – and network – is secure. Before InstaShow transmits from a button, the ring displays red until a secure connection is established. Once it is ready, it turns green-and you can press your button to present. It doesn’t send any content over the internet, and no one can “peek” into the presentation by hacking a password. Both units can be updated over the corporate network, and the InstaShow S can be controlled by the BenQ Device Management System to enable centralized control and firmware updates. You can download the white paper on InstaShow security protection here.