BenQ Laser Projectors

PointWrite™ Touch Module PT12

PointWrite™ Touch Module PT12

 

Optional Pointwrite Interactive Finger Touch Module (can only be added / used after installing the pen touch module) (MW855UST / DX808ST / MW826ST / LW820ST)

  • Interactive Learning Fun with BenQ’s Leading Technology
  • Foster Active Learning Through Interactive PointWrite Touch Technology
  • Dual Screen with Multiple Touch Capabilities
  • Interactivity of PointWriteTM Touch Module
    • Used with PointWrite camera module and enables finger touch capability**
    • Supports up to 4 fingers writing simultaneously
    • Gesture support in Windows 8 and above
    • Dual screen touch for ultra-wide working space
    • Effortless setup with only 1 second auto calibration*

*Calibration speed may vary depending on computer system. **Touch module is an optional unit for PointWrite interactive cameras PW02, PW01U and PW20U to enable finger touch function.

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Inspiration, Collaboration with BenQ Interactive Touch Technology

The BenQ PointWrite™ touch technology allows multiple users to collaborate simultaneously on any flat surface using any object or their fingers. PointWrite™ touch technology used in conjunction with BenQ’s interactive projectors helps to create a joyful learning environment effortlessly, ensuring an ultra smooth, interruption-free writing experience.

*Touch module is an optional unit for PointWrite interactive camera to enable finger touch function.

Michael Bean Sep 15, 2018

Imagine you are 10 years into the future but this time it’s different. Why? Because starting today you actually begin making changes in your life. Specific intentional changes are not easy.

Joana Williams Oct 02, 2018

This is the path of a different choice, a different decision. You have the freedom to be how you want to be. Absorb all you need from this moment in your future and the positive things that you can learn consciously and unconsciously and then drift and float back to the place where the path splits.

 
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