MP780 ST projector provides innovative tools for educational purposes.
BenQ, leading digital lifestyle provider and 2010 Red Dot Award winner, showcased its flagship educational projector, MP780 ST, equipped with innovative Point Draw Technology at BETT Middle East, a new showcase for educational technologies, which runs from 21-22 November at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC).
Manish Bakshi, General Manager, Middle East and Africa, explained that BenQ has identified the education sector in the Middle East as a high-growth area for the company, “We are very pleased to participate at BETT Middle East which is the ideal platform from which to showcase our latest educational offering.”
“BenQ is at the forefront of developing educational technology tools that support interactive learning in classrooms around the Middle East. We have seen a real shift from traditional to interactive, digital learning over the last few years; BenQ’s range of educational projectors is equipped with technology that encourages active, hands-on participation from students and ultimately enriches the complete learning process.”
The 2010 Q2 Futuresource report has ranked BenQ as number one in three core categories worldwide: in the global DLP projector market, in the global DLP education segment and in the global DLP short-throw projector market. Every one out of seven short-throw projectors sold in the world are made by BenQ. The company is also enjoying healthy growth in the Middle East region.
Educational projectors, such as the recently launched MP780 ST that includes the innovative BenQ PointDraw™ Technology, enable an interactive learning experience. In addition, the patented PointDrawTM pen allows students to participate first-hand in class discussions.
BenQ’s ultra short throw MX880UST completes BenQ’s world-leading short-throw projector series with 3D-Ready capability, PC-less Presentation, multi-display functionality and LAN Control versatility. This latest projector offers picture quality excellence defined by astonishing color performance and also features Ultra – Vivid 20W stunning audio power and microphone.
Both projectors are equipped with BenQ’s exclusive aspherical lens projection design for clearer, sharper and more stable picture performance in addition to well-focused text projection for clear reading. These are also compatible with the new BenQ Dongle – a wireless unit that connects the projectors to laptops without the need for connections or cables.
In addition to showcasing its two latest educational projectors at BETT Middle East, BenQ also has additional models on display at the exhibition: MX812ST; MW811ST (WXGA widescreen); MX810ST; MX613ST(XGA); MX612ST(SVGA); SP840; SP890; SP891; MX761; MX760; MX750; MX711; MX710; MX660; MX615. For further information on the latest products, please visit www.BenQ.co.ae.