The Ultimate Interactivity
2nd Generation PointDraw™ Technology
Now with the All New Dual Pen Mode
Last year, BenQ offered you an innovative interactive solution offered interactive capability of an interactive whiteboard without the hassles of system calibration, a solution that sets teachers free from the whiteboard to teach from wherever they stand. This year, it offers more.
Two users and two PointDraw pens! The 2nd generation PointDraw technology comes featuring the Dual Pen Mode to enable endless collaboration through simultaneous teacher-student interaction. Students can take turn making their contribution to the lesson under the teacher’s complete guidance and control. What’s more, with the purchase of the MP780 ST+, you’ll also get the upgraded PointDraw Pen 2.0 and QDraw 2.0 support for free!
PointDraw Pen 2.0
The 2nd generation PointDraw pen is built with a much faster response time, supporting classroom interaction from up to 30 feet. Who said you have to wait around for magic to happen?
Designed to support the Dual Pen Mode, the QDraw 2.0 Interactive Software now features two toolbars. Paired with the first PointDraw pen detected, the teacher toolbar can be customized by each teacher using the “teacher pen”. Paired with the second PointDraw pen detected, the student toolbar is placed down low within easy reach of students using the “student pen”.
Thoughtful Design for Teachers
Unlike other interactive projection solutions, BenQ's PointDraw technology requires no calibration at all between the MP780 ST+ and the projection screen. Teachers can easily set up their lesson to begin teaching – All they need to do is switch on the projector and the PointDraw pen!
LAN Display and USB Display
The MP780 ST+ keeps display set-ups quick and easy with LAN Display and USB Display options.
LAN Display supports classroom projector control and audiovisual projection display via a single LAN cable. It also enables simultaneous school-wide emergency broadcasts.
USB Display offers the plug-and-play convenience of USB connection – with automatic resolution detection for the best image presentation and extension support for simultaneous multi-projection display.
To make a teacher's job easier, the MP780 ST+ supports PC-less teaching in two ways: USB Drive Display and Remote Desktop
USB Drive Display allows teachers to teach light with a USB flash drive. All they need to do is save the files they need onto a USB flash drive and insert it in the MP780 ST+ to start teaching. File types supported are JPEG, JPG, BMP, PNG, GIF and TIFF.
Remote Desktop grants teachers remote access to files stored in their computers with a wireless mouse and keyboard via LAN connection. With this handy feature, there will be no need for a classroom computer – which means more money saved on computer purchase, maintenance and repair for your school.