BenQ launches interactive classroom solutions
Dubai, July 14, 2013
BenQ has launched its Classroom IQ, a suite of new generation interactive classroom solutions in the Middle East.
The Classroom IQ uses developed tools designed to support classroom instruction and management with multiple electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops.
It includes the QDraw 3.0 Interactive Software and App that enables teachers to present and annotate on any teaching materials ranging from Word, PowerPoint, PDF or webpages, working across all platforms including Windows, Mac and Linux, said a statement.
Its new Presenter Mode allows teachers to present from anywhere in the room, or access and control from the desktop, while the new Collaboration Mode enables collaborative learning by connecting all devices to share annotations, view another’s screen or pass control to different participants, it said.
Manish Bakshi, managing director, BenQ Middle East, said: “The latest BenQ Classroom IQ, consists of innovative software and hardware, enables versatile ways of teaching and learning among multiple devices yet easy to set up, enjoyable to use and require minimum maintenance.”
Other software and apps included in the solution are QPresenter 2.0, USB reader and office viewer, an upgraded PointDraw 3.0 remote control technology by adding Gyro Sensor and Accelerometer for pixel accuracy and responsive writing speed, PointWrite device, an 80FPS sensor attached to the lens of the projector to detect IR beams emitted from the PointWrite pen and a second generation S30 document camera, said the statement.
All projectors included in the Classroom IQ features the SmartEco technology that automatically adjusts the lamp power between 100 per cent and 30 per cent based on the amount of brightness required by the output content and the Eco Blank Mode, which dims the lamp power, cutting 70 per cent of the total power consumption, it said. - TradeArabia News Service
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