Are You Delivering Maximum Reliability in Your Classroom Environment?
The value of delivering a reliable experience to the students that come and go from your classroom on a daily basis is undeniable.
Unexpected breakdowns due to poor technology and uncoordinated attempts to fix these sudden problems when they come up can frustrate your students and waste valuable educational hours. You have to heavily consider reliability as an important part of the discussion when you're outfitting your classroom if you want to keep students happy, alert and engaged in lessons. There are many factors to take into consideration when you're trying to find the right projector for the job.
You need a long-lasting light source. You need a durable, filter free piece of technology that won't be affected by things like dust particles in the air. You need something interactive and engaging that guarantees reliability and won't fail in the middle of a presentation.
In short, you need something with a clever design that is tailored to your unique needs as an educator.
So let us introduce you to the LX810STD, engineered by BenQ, the world experts in technology. We promise you won't be disappointed.
Light Source Life
How long is your light source able to last? Is it guaranteed to endure through lesson after lesson without getting dimmer after each use? How often will you have to take time out of your busy day to perform routine maintenance tasks for things like replacement parts?
These are critical things to ask yourself when you're thinking about the reliability of your projector. Every time you have to replace a lamp bulb that burns out, you have to delay a lesson, and you risk losing the attention of your students. And if the lamp expires unexpectedly, forget it — you're even worse off because you have to wait for a repair technician to arrive on the scene, and you lose valuable lesson time.
Focusing on finding a projector with the longest light source life possible is incredibly important. Better yet, go with an advanced projector that eliminates the need for lamps altogether with BenQ's BlueCore technology.
With the LX810STD's BlueCore technology, you'll get up to 20,000 hours of light source life. To put that in classroom terms, this outstanding projector would deliver 14 years of service based on an 8 hour teaching day. You can rest assured that colors will remain bright and consistently true-to-life even after hundreds of uses. Your students won't lose interest in what you're presenting, and you won't have to worry about the projector giving out on you while you teach.
Dust Particle Protection
You also need to think about how to protect your technology from disruptive dust particles in the air, which can negatively impact the quality of the projected image and result in an unclean look, disengaging your students. (Dust can also cause a number of glitches and defects and result in projector malfunctions).
What's important to realize is that dust particles don't just come from everyday air pollution. They can be generated by maintenance and remodeling that go on in your classroom, or even just by routine cleaning activities.
In any case, prevention is key. You need to start out with a projector that's engineered for robust dust proofing in order to protect yourself and your technology from complications down the road. The LX810STD makes this easy with a sealed optical engine design that protects internal projector elements even in your busy school environment.
Interactivity and Engagement
One of the best ways that you can engage your students and get them interested in learning more is by making your lessons interactive. With the PointWrite technology employed by the LX810STD, you can easily do exactly that.
PointWrite allows up to four students at once to write on the board, meaning they can simultaneously collaborate on games, math problems and quizzes. It's the perfect way to bring students up to the front of the classroom and get them out of their shells without isolating them in front of their classmates.
The LX810STD also reduces distractions with short-throw projection, which essentially eliminates shadows on the screen by allowing you to install the projector close to the surface. Plus, the shortened distance means you won't have a projector light shining in your eyes while you're trying to teach.
Something else to consider is that you'll usually have the lights in your classroom turned on so that students can take notes (and so that they won't fall asleep). You may also have windows letting in bright sunlight.
All of this light pollution can make it hard to see projected images if your technology isn't up to the task. Fortunately, the LX810STD offers 3,000 lumens of brightness, which means that even in a classroom with the lights on, you'll be able to engage your students without forcing them to squint at a dully-lit screen.
It's time to choose an educational projector that delivers exceptional performance and reliability. Demand the best for your classroom with the LX810STD, and contact the experts today.