BenQ introduces InstaShow WDC20, a wireless meeting collaboration system for corporate boardrooms
BenQ unveiled the product range of solutions including the latest range of laser projectors, digital signages and interactive flat panels for various segments such as business, home and retail. The company launched WDC20 a plug-and-play presentation system that wirelessly connects a user’s computer to a central display or projector.
Addition to this, BenQ also unveiled its new LU951ST BlueCore laser projector for flexible short throw installations. LU951ST delivers WUXGA images with pristine DLP picture quality with 20,000 hours of guaranteed maintenance-free brightness output from its BlueCore laser light source. InstaShow WDC20 supports mobile devices and up to four different split screens. This feature improves working efficiency between colleagues and will be available from November 2018.
Why choose BenQ?
Talking about the new solutions, Rajeev Singh, BenQ India Managing Director, stated, “BenQ will remain to employ extensive resources and proven expertise in product design, visual display with the hope to delight the world, offering a diverse range of products, services and solutions from digital projectors, professional monitors, interactive large-format displays, imaging solutions, mobile computing devices, to LED lighting solutions”.
”BenQ always strives to create remarkable and innovative leading technologies. This new range of BenQ products are curated with innovation and creativity offering the best of experiences to the business as well as the retail sector,” said Rajeev.
Specifications of BenQ LU951ST projector
It features installation flexibility of adjustable horizontal and vertical lens shift, big zoom, 360o projection and digital image resizing with memory. LU951ST transforms compact venues into immersive exhibitions with short throw projection. With HDMI out, LU951ST is intended to be perfect for multiple screen displays and applications.
The company claims to have a market share of 29 per cent in H1 2018. Adding that, it also unveiled its laser projector LK990 which is designed for fixed installation environment with ambient light to display quality visual entertainment contents. The only fixed lens laser 6000 lumens in projector offers true 4KHDR, creating true-to-life details and vivid colour for the audience. Moreover, these new ranges of products and solutions are being showcased in India at the Infocomm 2018, in Mumbai and will be available in the market from November 2018.