BenQ dives into the education sector
Company reveals its first educational projector at BETT educational technology show
BenQ has revealed its first educational projector at BETT Middle East, a showcase for educational technologies currently running at ADNEC in Abu Dhabi.
"We are very pleased to participate at BETT Middle East which is the ideal platform from which to showcase our latest educational offering," said Manish Bakshi, General Manager, Middle East and Africa.
With the growth in demand for interactive learning experiences in the Middle East, BenQ developed educational projectors, such as the MP780 ST, which include the PointDraw pen and Point Draw technology.
"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," said Bakshi.
In addition to the MP780 ST, BenQ's ultra short throw MX880UST completes BenQ's short-throw projector series. The projector has 3D-Ready capability, PC-less Presentation, multi-display functionality and LAN Control versatility. It also features Ultra-Vivid 20W audio power and microphone