BenQ Joins Microsoft Azure Certified Device Program
BenQ’s CP Series DuoBoard interactive displays and OPS slot-in PCs have been tested for functionality and interoperability, ensuring that these devices have used the Microsoft reference configuration. This decreases the amount of customization and additional work required to guarantee system compatibility.
Designed to allow meeting participants to brainstorm, collaborate and create on-screen with built-in applications and cloud-based tools and capabilities, DuoBoard empowers businesses and organizations. With DuoBoard, teams can easily do cloud whiteboarding, carry out wireless presentations and conduct videoconferencing all from one display. Equipped with an OPS slot PC, teams can fully utilize Windows features directly from the screen. Organizations can connect two DuoBoards together too.
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