BenQ has launched its new wireless presentation device – the InstaShow WDC20.
The presentation solution enables synergy between mobile devices and displays with an instant plug-and-play design, streaming Full HD 1080p video and 16-bit stereo audio. As with previous models, this all-hardware solution requires no driver installation, execution or setup.
Future-proofed for tomorrow’s interactive meeting rooms, InstaShow WDC20 also supports touch-back control of the source device directly from the touch screen, enabling presentation material to be manipulated and edited from the touch display without need to move to the source laptop or smart device to make changes.
“This product is one of the most intuitive and advanced on the market, enabling both wireless and HDMI connectivity to nearly any display device, including BenQ’s projection and IFP ranges. Security is a top priority for the product, with a strict protocol and no downloading of software ensuring that it is selected by public sector and military applications,” explained Royce Lye, UK & Ireland managing director of BenQ.
The InstaShow WDC20 is compatible with any OS or hardware platform, going beyond PC/laptop compatibility to support any iOS or Android mobile device. With a transmission distance of 15 metres, InstaShow WDC20 quickly switches presentations from up to 32 participants and allows up to four split-screen presenters to collaborate simultaneously. Its security has been tested for vulnerabilities and certified for use by the Onward Security Corporation.
Operating on 802.11ac/n high-speed Wi-Fi with automatic channel selection, InstaShow WDC20 ensures fast, secure wireless connections to the display by plugging into the HDMI and USB ports of the laptop and starting wireless presentations at the touch of a single button. Android and iOS mobile devices connect via the BenQ InstaShow app.
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