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BenQ EdTech Solutions Earn Three Coveted Awards

Visual display solutions provider BenQ has earned three awards thanks to its innovative products. The LK936ST 4K Laser Projector was awarded THE Journal’s Platinum New Product Award as well as Campus Technology’s New Product Award in the projector and short-throw projector categories, respectively. Campus Technology also awarded BenQ’s DVY22 4K Videoconferencing and Web Conferencing Camera with its 2021 New Product Award in the video/web conferencing hardware category.

“At the core of our education portfolio is a mission to help schools dramatically transform learning environments with powerful technology that promotes engagement in multiple ways,” said Bob Wudeck, senior director of business development at BenQ America Corp. “Our new LK936ST projector places the utmost priority on delivering the highest picture quality so that students don’t merely see content, they’re captivated by it — which drives comprehension. Likewise, our DVY22 webcam is designed to deliver the best live stream experience with simple installation and intelligent features. We’re incredibly honored to be on THE Journal’s and Campus Technology’s highly respected new product award lists.”

The BenQ LK936ST is the first short-throw, high-brightness 4K installation projector that delivers groundbreaking performance for classrooms, lecture halls, and auditoriums — as well as K-12 schools — all for under $6K. 

Part of BenQ’s family of USB 3.0 plug-and-play DVY Series webcams, the DVY22 delivers the quality essential to a seamless and productive video conferencing experience. 

More information on the full line of BenQ products is available at https://www.benq.com/en-us/business/index.html.

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