BenQ showcases solutions for smart classrooms

New Delhi, September 14, 2014: BenQ, the No. 1 player in the Indian projector market  has launched a suite  of Interactive Flat Panels & Projectors at the World DIDAC INDIA 2014, an international event that brings together the education and training industry at a common platform.
Among the items unveiled, we liked the Wireless Projector   BenQ MW665 designed to suit needs for small to medium sized rooms. Featuring WXGA resolution with 3200 ANSI Lumens and 13000:1 high contrast ratio, the MW665 also offers multi wireless display with Qpresenter Pro App designed to support wireless projection from computational and smart devices across all platforms from iOS to Android, by simply connecting the projector to a wireless dongle and linking the device to the projector via Wireless Display. This app can project various document formats, including PDF, PowerPoint, Word, Excel and image files.Ut is priced at Rs 60,000 with the dongle.
Other BenQ  launches at the event which are relevent to smart classrooms are:

The RP 700+ Interactive Flat Panel for Interactive Learning. Designed for use in educational and business environments, RP700+ especially suitable for education, models incorporate a glass baffles that effectively reduces the reflections of the screen Multi-touch technology integrated in these panels provides a responsive and accurate feedback so that you can touch the screen to make panoramic, zoom and displacement of the images and manage the presentation of the educational software with fingers using a tablet. ( Rs 4,00,000)

Short Throw Projector MW853UST offers superior connectivity with ultra-short-throw design, and optional PointWrite™ interactivity. MW853UST is built with latest DLPR technology to support 3D functionality, allowing schools to bring an immersive learning experience to their students with a simple preparation of 3D glasses and 3D content.  Rs. 95,000
Designed for disruption-free learning in small-sized classrooms, MX843UST offer a big screen in short distance with a 0.47 ultra-short-throw ratio. These projectors offer  13000:1 ultra-sharp contrast ratio and 3000 ANSI lumen brightness.
World DIDAC INDIA is the only event in the region for Educational Material, Training & Technology based solutions for all levels and sectors of the Indian Education & Training Industry. Held annually, the International Exhibition & Conference addresses the growing demand for these products & solutions in the Indian Subcontinent.
Says Rajeev Singh, Country Head & GM at BenQ “The market size for digital classrooms is likely to touch almost 100,000 classrooms with a phenomenal growth rate of more than 100 percent in the recent years. This trend is expected to continue for the next several years.  While private schools and colleges are going for a digital classroom concept for each of their classrooms, in government schools u is to make at least one classroom digital.”