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BenQ IFP supports multiple operating systems

Placing two DuoBoard displays together allows them to be used as a single continuous workspace

Appearing at ISE for the first time was the DuoBoard platform-agnostic interactive flat panel from BenQ. Designed for meeting room environments, the display is available in two sizes: a 65in model (CP6501K) and an 86in (CP8601K) model with 4K resolution. 

Placing two DuoBoard displays together allows them to be used as a single continuous workspace with built-in sensors connecting the screens. BenQ’s Duo OS enables Android, iOS, macOS or Windows to run simultaneously on the screen.  A single DuoBoard can be partitioned to run two applications side by side, enabling multitasking and facilitate the flow of information between different apps. Multitouch capability allows multiple users to collaborate on the same screen. 

The DuoBoard has an integrated camera together with a noise-reducing and echo-cancelling microphone array for video conferencing. 

At the heart of the DuoBoard is Collaboration+, a suite of features designed to maximise efficiency, productivity, and teamwork: Users can start meetings with one touch through the BenQ Launcher. BenQ’s Device Management Solution (DMS) lets administrators remotely control all their BenQ displays from one device, while the Account Management System (AMS) lets them control user access through account-based NFC login. The DuoBoard also comes with MacAfee Mobile Security.

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