BenQ recently launched a new version of its wireless sharing system in the form of the InstaShow S WDC20C. The WDC20C features USB-C connectivity, no software or driver downloads, AES 128-bit security encryption and WPA2 authentication, HDCP and mobile compatibility for up to 32 collaborators with four simultaneous connections.
The BenQ InstaShow can be directly connected to Chromebooks. InstaShow can also plug into other HDMI sources, including Blu-Ray players, digital cameras, digital microscopes or medical imaging devices for easy wireless sharing. In addition, InstaShow claims to be one of the few wireless presentations that supports using HDCP copy-protected content.
InstaShow S WDC20C includes built-in support for extended desktop and are interoperable with any interactive display, thanks to the fact that it uses native HDMI and USB connections and protocols to wirelessly communicate with the display. InstaShow S also features Touch Back, allowing users to control the laptop, annotate and manage the presentation directly from the interactive display.
BenQ’s InstaShow WDC20C WPS features one USB-C connector. Once users plug in the WDC20C and tap the button, they’re ready to present. The system allows up to 32 buttons, with four users able to share content to the display device simultaneously. Mobile device users can either connect via the WDC20C button or wirelessly connect using Apple Airplay, Miracast or the BenQ InstaShare app.