BenQ has announced that its new ClassroomCare RP02 interactive tablet (IFP) has won two platinum new product awards in the interactive display category of THE Journal and Campus Technology. In addition, BenQ InstaShow S Wireless Presentation System (WPS) won the Platinum New Product Award in the classroom presentation tool category of “Campus Technology”.
“Our mission is to provide teachers with innovative, easy-to-use tools to help them inspire the enthusiasm of each student, whether they are in the classroom or at home,” said Ball Wudeck, head of BenQ America, “although we have been Serving the education community in this capacity, but we are honored to receive these awards this year. Due to the new crown epidemic, our education partners are committed to building meaningful connections with students in a rapidly evolving environment, which we appreciate. “
BenQ is the only company that prioritizes the use of health technologies while helping classrooms transition seamlessly to digital-based collaborative learning. With BenQ’s RP02 interactive tablet, teachers can use the leading annotation solution EZWrite 5 to create interactive and collaborative classrooms. It has a cloud whiteboard function that allows users to interact with the screen from their mobile device. It also uses BenQ’s Smart EyeCare solution to intuitively protect users’ eyesight with the help of embedded motion sensors. The sensor automatically activates flicker-free and low blue light functions by detecting the user’s movement close to the screen. It also integrates an air quality sensor to monitor indoor carbon dioxide, humidity and temperature. Anti-bacterial screens certified by TÜV and SIAA can kill most of the bacteria accumulated on the screens, and can prevent cross-infection or epidemics even if used for a long time. To simplify the connection, BenQ added a front I/O port with USB-C and NFC reader. Since audio is closely related to learning, it also has 8 array microphones and a 15W subwoofer base for voice enhancement and noise reduction.
BenQ’s InstaShow S WDC20 wireless demonstration system is designed to achieve classroom collaboration without network and software. The advantages of InstaShow S are its affordable price, no application design, 4K resolution, and the ability to split the screen into four devices (laptop, smartphone, tablet, microscope or any device with HDMI output port). In addition, it supports up to 32 different input users/sources (the most on the market), and is the industry’s first all-hardware, plug-and-play wireless presentation system designed to use advanced 128-bit algorithms to ensure data and content privacy.
Users only need to plug the InstaShow transmitter into their device and click to share content via the latest wireless 802.11ac standard. InstaShow S is built to complement and maximize the latest trends in interactive flat panels in the classroom. It also has a touch function that allows users to control and annotate presentations from Windows computers directly from the interactive flat panel. In addition, when paired with a touch screen, the split screen mode of InstaShow S can be used to control up to four laptops. The annotations made on the touch screen can also be displayed and saved on the laptop to achieve a seamless content pipeline for future reference.