BenQ today introduced two new 4K interactive flat panels (IFPs) specifically designed for the classroom. The new RM Series includes the 65″ RM6501K and 75″ RM7501K IFPs and feature TÜV-certified low-blue-light and flicker-free technologies.
There is growing concern that long-term exposure to blue light from displays can be harmful and negatively affect eye health. Like modern smartphones that automatically turn off blue light, BenQ’s IFPs can help reduce potential damage using the company’s certified low-blue-light, flicker-free and anti-glare technologies so educators can create the healthiest possible teaching environment. BenQ’s Low Blue Light technology senses when someone is close to the panel and adjusts the light, minimizing blue light exposure and providing a healthier alternative to other LED displays.
BenQ’s education interactive flat panels feature advanced touch enhancement. This automatically converts handwriting to legible text, numbers, forms and drawings. The panels allow 10 simultaneous points of touch. This enables students and teachers to work at the board using two pens simultaneously or using its brush mode that allows creative collaboration with paint brushes or other instruments. A floating toolbar grants quick access to the most-used tools including screen capture, eraser, pen and whiteboard, increasing efficiency in the classroom. And when lessons are over, screen annotations can be saved as PDF or PNG files onto a USB drive or internal memory, printed and shared via QR code, helping students commit the material to memory.
Teachers can also wirelessly broadcast images, audio and even HD-quality video from mobile devices with switching between up to 16 participant devices with the InstaQShare app. A blank setting allows teachers to darken the screen, so students can remain focused during instructions, while a freeze feature enables well-timed capture of screen grabs from videos or to highlight the screen itself.
Here are all the specs.