BenQ is one name you can associate with digital displays. The brand, in fact, has been one of the most popular and sought after brands when it comes to digital displays; especially projector type displays.
Their popularity should not come as a surprise though because they do make some of the best digital displays in the modern age. The combination of state-of-the-art technology embedded into the displays and their value-for-money pricing of course does not hurt their chances either.
Of course a brand with a long background in display manufacturing has an extensive and impressive line-up of products in their stables. There is a product for everyone from BenQ; even if you are a gamer. Of course there is always room for improvement. Improved, they have with a new line of products in Malaysia.
BenQ today launches some very new, very sophisticated Integrated Display Solutions that is specifically built for the industrial needs. For the classrooms, BenQ has the brand new RP Series flat panel displays that is Germ-Resistant and easy on the eyes. For the meeting rooms, or even your home if you might; BenQ has the new line of dust-proof Laser Projectors.
We start with the projectors that are equipped with dust-proofing technology. We all know the best thing about a projector type display is the scalability of the size. It can go as big as your wall permits if you might. They are, often times, quite a bit cheaper than their television counterparts. The biggest gripes though are the usage life of the lamp emitting the contents and dust. The use-life of a lamp is about a few years or so and then you would have to change the lamp which costs you quite a bit of money anyway. BenQ solved that with their BlueCore laser technology already. The other problem is dust because that will damage your hardware, make it warmer faster, and will degrade the lamps even faster. To clean dust inside the projector is a nightmare anyway. So the new generation of BlueCore projectors comes with their very own Dust Guard Pro technology that protects the essential components like the laser emitter from dust. They take it seriously too this dust problem, so serious that they ensured that the new projectors comes with IPX5 dust resistant rating. The Dust Guard Pro is available accross the 4K, Optional Lens, Fixed Lens, and Ultra Short Throw projector models.
Then there are the new Interactive Flat Panels that are germ resistant. Although being the first manufacturer to introduce germ resistance technology on their products, the new generation of Interactive Flat Panels are not BenQ’s first germ resistant Flat Panels in their stables. In fact, the technology is already about one year old. It is nice to see the technology making a comeback in the new products though, especially since this is something that BenQ envisions in schools with hundreds of children touching the unit. The new Interactive Flat Panels though comes with an added sensor that detects air quality instead. The new RP series Flat Panels has an integrated air-quality sensor that monitors indoor CO2 concentration levels. That determines focus levels of the audience and recommends users on the necessary steps to take to keep CO2 levels down to optimum. The new Interactive Flat Panels are now cloud enabled for users to share whatever that is being written on their Cloud Whiteboard or even allow multiple parties to participate remotely. The cloud functionality also allows the RP series to allow multiple accounts access on different available panels in different locations, all the users need to do is to tap their NFC enabled cards or devices on the NFC reader.
Then there is the hero of the day that also helped with all BenQ’s product presentations; the WDC20 wireless presentation tool. It is the next generation Wireless Presentation System, or InstaShow that is a large improvement over the WDC10 system. The new system can now support 32 participants compared to 16 systems. That also means that up to 32 people can share a single presentation display and do their presentation from their own seats; of course they have to take turns. If they need to share screens though the WDC20 supports up to four split displays. The plug-and-play system requires no extra software to be installed on the PC or whatever device you use and even supports AES 128 encryption to ensure that the transmissions are completely secured.
All the products are available now for businesses. If you are interested in one, you should directly contact BenQ for more pricing and solutions information. Do you need one? Yes, you need one.
Also published on Medium.