BenQ is Only Exhibitor Whose Innovations Span the Gamut From Interactive Flat Panels and Laser Projectors to the Cloud-Based Google Jamboard
COSTA MESA, Calif. — Feb. 1, 2018 — BenQ America Corp., an internationally renowned provider of visual display solutions, will feature its latest innovations for the classroom at the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) Convention and Exposition, Feb. 6-8 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas. In booth 212, BenQ will give educational decision-makers an up-close look at the most comprehensive solutions available for the classroom, ranging from the all-new Google Jamboard to the company’s 75” RP750K interactive flat panel display and Blue Core laser projectors.
“We always look forward to TCEA. It’s the perfect forum for us to present our K-12 classroom solutions not only to teachers, but also to education technology professionals,” said Russell Barefield, director, North America business and education solutions at BenQ America Corp. “We are excited to feature the groundbreaking Google Jamboard, which creates an exciting, immersive learning environment and enables students to collaborate in new ways that work in concert with our full portfolio of education technology solutions. At BenQ, we’re committed to delivering true value in education through feature-rich technology, exceptional image quality, and unrivalled installation flexibility.”
Enlightened Collaborative Learning: Google Jamboard
Google Jamboard is a 4K, Ultra-High-Definition (UHD), touch-enabled device aimed at enhancing collaboration in the modern digital classroom. Jamboard takes the whiteboard to the cloud, providing an intelligent suite of tools for IT specialists, researchers, educators and learners. Through its integration with Google’s G Suite, Jamboard puts popular Google apps and a whole host of interactive capabilities at users’ fingertips during a “Jam” session. Students can draw, annotate, import and scribble on images and Google Docs, search the web, and communicate with classmates via Hangouts, and it’s all saved in the cloud. In addition, students can sketch out plans in real time with learners from across the globe via other Jamboards, smartphones or tablets. To more closely connect the entire school and establish a learning environment that’s tailored for effortless communication, Jamboard can be used with other hardware devices from Google, such as Google Chromebook. A product sold exclusively by BenQ, Google Jamboard creates a truly collaborative learning environment that boosts student creativity and helps bring brilliant ideas to life in modern classrooms.
Enhanced Collaborative Learning: RP750K Interactive Flat Panel Display (IFP)
At 75” the RP750K is one of BenQ’s largest interactive flat panels — designed to tap into the dynamic possibilities of the classroom and help teachers build a healthy and engaging learning environment. Not only does the RP750K feature a bacteria-resistant screen, but the display also comes installed with proficient annotation tools for enhanced class participation. The RP750K’s handwriting recognition feature allows presenters to simultaneously convert written text, numbers, forms and drawings into legible materials without having to switch modes while effectively facilitating smooth teaching flow. The RP750K is the ultimate interactive display to achieve a touch-enhanced, smooth and fun learning experience. BenQ’s Low Blue Light technology minimizes blue light exposure and allows for healthier time spent in front of the display, helping teachers create the best and most comfortable viewing experience for themselves and their students. Plus, BenQ’s Flicker-Free technology is meticulously designed to remove LED backlight flickering while providing a zero-flicker viewing experience. This effectively reduces CVS-related eye problems and alleviates discomfort caused by looking at the screen all day.
A Smarter Alternative: Blue Core Laser Projectors for Education
AT TCEA, BenQ will showcase its new LW890UST and LX810STD Blue Core short-throw laser projectors. With BenQ’s exclusive Blue Core laser light engine technology, these projectors offer a powerful alternative to traditional lamps to deliver optimized visual display and energy efficiency. With an ultra-short 0.24 throw ratio, the LW890UST offers 4,000lm of long-lasting brightness and color and 20,000 hours of worry-free life. Plus, the projector is a driver-free interactive solution that includes powerful usability features such as 10-point pen and finger touch. With SmartEco™ technology, the Blue Core laser engine reduces light source power consumption by up to 70% to provide an economic and environmentally friendly choice for any school.
A Budget-Friendly Choice: BenQ’s M-Series Projectors
BenQ will also feature its MW571, MX723 and MW826ST projectors. The M-Series projectors are brilliantly powered and yet simple to use, making them ideal for any classroom. The MW571 delivers fantastic WXGA resolution with crisp image details and rich, vibrant colors, with an impressive 10,000 hours of lamp life for reduced cost of operation. The MX723 delivers winning XGA resolution with a remarkable 3700-lumen-bright image, a stunning 13,000:1 contrast ratio and an advanced feature set including 2D keystone correction. And the MW826ST is perfect for the advanced interactive instruction demanded by top-level schools, enhancing classroom collaboration with outstanding picture quality, high brightness, and short throw capability.
TCEA attendees are encouraged to visit booth 212 to see BenQ’s smart classroom solutions in action. In addition, BenQ will conduct a sweepstakes drawing in which two lucky schools will win a $1,000 certificate to use on BenQ products for their classroom. Participants must visit the booth for a product demo to receive a ticket and then must be present when the prize is drawn at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 8.
More information on the full line of BenQ products is available at www.BenQ.us.