Bett 2016: BenQ showcases education solutions Bett 2016: BenQ showcases education solutions

BenQ is busy showcasing its brand new range of education solutions at this year's Bett Show 2016.

Held at the ExCel Centre in London between 20 and 23 January, Bett 2016 features a variety of the world's most well known and respected education solution manufacturers, including projector specialist BenQ.

During this year's event, BenQ is showcasing a range of hardware and software technology set to boost classroom interactivity, including the brand's latest RP Series interactive flat panels.

These touchscreen solutions are enhanced with a range of features to ensure eyes are protected during use, including Low Blue Light technology to reduce harm in long exposure, Flicker Free Technology for reduced eye problems and Anti-Glare displays, which reduces reflection and gives students the best visual classroom experience possible.

Each of the products within the RP series comes with a range of the latest features, including a built in Android operating system, a high level of interactivity made possible by up to 10-point touch technology and Full HD or 4K resolution, which improves overall image quality.

BenQ is also set to display a new series of versatile and reliable education projectors, featuring the PU9220+ and the PX9210. boasting DLP picture quality and hassle-free installation, these brand new BenQ offerings are the ideal addition to the classroom.

To help teachers make the most from any education environment, both the PU9220+ and the PX9210 come complete with optional lens versatility, so users can choose between lenses ranging from short-throw to long-throw to suit their environment.

The addition of 360 degree rotation-capable projection also makes this brand new series the perfect option for changeable or small classrooms, offering a range of options when it comes to placing and securing the projectors. Users can choose to have images projected onto ceilings, walls, floors or even signage, helping teachers ensure maximum benefit for their students.