BenQ America today announced additions to its RP Series of Interactive Flat Panels (IFPs). The latest RP Series IFP models are aimed at classrooms. The new RP750 75-inch, RP703 70-inch and RP653 65-inch displays join the 4K RP790 79-inch display to round out the lineup. Along with 20-point multi-touch capabilities, these screens have tempered glass with a bacteria-resistant coating to help reduce the spread of germs. These touch screens are also integrated with BenQ’s Eye-Care features, including anti-glare glass to minimize light reflections and improve readability, as well as Low Blue Light and ZeroFlicker backlight technologies to help reduce eye fatigue during long hours of content viewing and instruction. They also come equipped with a built-in Android operating system that’s packed with a suite of apps and educational games for classroom instruction, such as a WPS Office document reader, built-in Web browser and an EZWrite instant digital blackboard annotation tool and media player app.
Available with DisplayNote, a free bundled desktop and mobile application, the BenQ RP Series IFPs allow educators to create more collaborative lessons by streaming any content directly from their computers or via the cloud to multiple participants across various devices. Aimed at classroom, BenQ’s QTouch software enables onscreen interaction and annotation. For administrators, the BenQ Multiple Display Administrator software adds remote monitoring and control of all projectors and IFPs in addition to administering instant equipment performance and providing status alerts for IT staff.
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