BenQ launches Zoom-enabled interactive screens

The DuoBoard Corporate Interactive Flat Panel is compatible with Zoom, Cisco Webex and Microsoft Teams. Photo credit: BenQ

Large-format displays from technology firm BenQ, including digital signage and interactive displays, will now be compatible with Zoom Video Communications, supporting visual communication and conferencing features.

"BenQ remains highly focused on professional needs of the corporate market," said Conway Lee, president of BenQ Corp. "Recognizing the dynamic nature of our customers, as well as challenges and opportunities facing the world at large, our displays will incorporate Zoom to provide video conferencing and chat services."

BenQ digital signage and interactive displays will incorporate Zoom to modernize meeting rooms for interactive telecommunication. BenQ displays with Zoom will enable remote screen sharing, content collaboration and whiteboarding with notes.

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"Partnerships with technology leaders such as BenQ are key to our mission of delivering high-quality visual communications for the world," said Jeff Smith, head of Zoom Rooms, Zoom Video Communications. "Together, we can help businesses and individuals overcome today's challenges to build toward tomorrow's success."

The BenQ DuoBoard also works with other conferencing apps like Cisco Webex and Microsoft Teams through its OPS slot computer, a built-in camera and mic array.

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