The RP702 is designed to safeguard the eye health of teachers and students, preventing eyestrain, eye fatigue and macular degeneration, while ensuring instructional effectiveness.
*Built into the Classroom Mode for easy access
• TÜV-certified Flicker-free Technology* for eliminating flickering at all brightness levels
• TÜV-certified Low Blue Light Technology* to reduce harmful blue spectrum light emission
• Anti-glare display to reduce reflection for a more legible text and clearer image display
AG glass minimizes interfering glare on the screen surface.
Conventional glass is prone to generate eye-irritating glare.
With the RP702’s touch driver-free design, teachers just have to plug and play to interact with any content from any supported operating system. No additional installation or setup steps needed.
*Supported Mac OS: 10.6 to 10.9. It is recommended that you perform screen calibration before using the IFP to make sure that the touch function works properly on OS X 10.10. Please contact BenQ for the required calibration utility.
Compatible with major operating systems from Windows to Mac, Linux and Chrome, the RP702 is built to work seamlessly with a wide range of computing devices.
With 10-point multi-touch support, teachers and students can interact even more freely with all 10 fingers through a wide array of interactive apps, from creating artworks to playing the piano together.
Built in the front bezel for easy access, the front I/O interface includes every port needed to support multimedia teaching, from HDMI to touch USB, media USB and OPS USB. It also has an earphone and microphone jack. A protective cover is added to keep away curious hands while giving the IFP a stylish look.
Hotkeys are incorporated on the front bezel for quick and easy access to Freeze and Blank features as well as volume and input source control.
Instead of using a remote control, teachers can easily switch between different input sources by touch. It’s time-saving and hassle-free.
The RP702 features a custom Android™ OS that comes with various useful apps for classroom instruction, from WPS Office to Web Browser, EZWrite and Media Player. This closed platform puts schools in full control over the RP702, ensuring the proper use of the IFP by preventing downloads and use of unauthorized apps. This in turn minimizes unanticipated damages or breakdowns.
Note: Android is a trademark of Google Inc. The Android robot is reproduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.