BenQ is now shipping its new RP02 Series interactive flat panels (IFPs), designed for in-person and remote collaborative meetings. The cloud-enabled RP02 Series IFPs feature cloud whiteboarding for Windows and Android, a new user interface and annotation tools, mobile interactivity, duo screen and signage messaging capabilities. The 4K UHD IFP series is available in three models: the 65″ RP6502, 75″ RP7502 and 86″ RP8602.
The new BenQ RP02 Series feature BenQ’s EZWrite 5, a cloud-based annotation solution, and InstaShare wireless collaboration to create an interactive and collaborative meeting room remotely. The cloud whiteboard capabilities allow users to interact with the screen from their Chromebooks, Surface, Mac or any mobile device. EZWrite includes a built-in Floating Tool with a menu of options that allows users to write on top of any app, video, website, document or image intuitively. Whether using Windows, Mac, Chrome or Android, participants can take notes on top of any content and save them to their chosen cloud storage account. With screen capture, the IFP can be used to capture all — or just part — of the screen. InstaShare smoothly streams audio files and full-HD-quality videos from up to nine devices at a time. Users can also mirror and control all digital content across the devices, including BenQ IFP, PCs, tablets and smartphones.
The IFP also features a germ-resistant silver ionic screen with TUV and SIAA certifications and BenQ’s Smart EyeCare solution, which protects users from blue light, flicker and glare. For ease of connectivity, there are convenient front I/O ports with USB-C as well as an NFC reader, which allows employees to swipe a key card or ID badge to quickly access their settings and cloud accounts, such as Google Drive and Microsoft One Drive. The RP02 is also equipped with a 15-watt subwoofer and an eight-array microphone with embedded noise cancellation to clearly capture live and recorded meetings.
Finally, the BenQ RP02 IFPs also feature Device Management Solution (DMS), Account Management System (AMS), and X-Sign Broadcast. DMS enables remote and centralized management of multiple IFPs via a local network, making it simple for IT managers to remotely monitor, control and configure displays individually or as groups at once. AMS allows technology personnel to access and manage files and personalized settings for various accounts, and they can easily update the firmware over the air whenever an update is available. With AMS, users can log in to their accounts to easily access and manage their files and personalized settings. X-Sign Broadcast is a simple-to-use wireless broadcast system that can push alerts, messages, and announcements during meetings. For example, HR and IT can leverage X-Sign to remind meeting-goers of best practices during the pandemic.