EH620 Facilitates Corporate Cloud Collaboration with Seamless OS Interoperability and Complete Security
BenQ, internationally renowned innovator of visual solutions, today announced the EH620 smart projector for business, integrating the full Windows operating system and embedded with an Intel® Celeron® Processor onboard to streamline enterprise cloud-based meetings for the hybrid workplace.
As an all-in-one smart projector with built-in Windows computing capabilities and operating system, the EH620 readily assimilates into Windows-based workplaces, providing the same access, control, security, and processes as enterprise laptops or PCs. Without the need for connecting an external PC, the EH620 is compatible with the full range of Windows business applications ranging from Office 365 to Adobe Document Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Zoom, and other conferencing apps for efficient meeting productivity with total security.
“We created EH620, the world’s first Windows*-based smart projector, to fulfil hybrid business needs for integrated meeting equipment and software as well as corporate cloud-first data storage policies while increasing meeting efficiency, wireless transmission security, and compatibility with existing equipment,” said Martin Moelle, Managing Director of BenQ Australia. “With businesses back to in-person and hybrid meetings, collaboration-focused organisations are looking for an all-in-one display solution for their shared workspaces and huddle rooms. The Windows 11 environment provides the compatibility and connectivity that these teams require.”
Integrating cloud infrastructure such as Microsoft Azure, the EH620 provides enterprise identity services including single sign-on, multifactor authentication, and conditional access, reinforced by network security of AES 128-bit encryption and WPA2 wireless protection to help guard against cybersecurity attacks, as well as Intel Secure Boot to protect against malware threats.
In addition, BenQ EH620 is certified by Onward Security Corporation, passing the Black Box Test security assessment with no vulnerabilities found in its operating system, network services, wireless, password management, denial of service, and hardware, for reliability and peace of mind.
Powered by the latest Intel® Celeron® Processor CPU, highly integrated into EH620’s applications and security systems by BenQ R&D and Intel teams, users can simply log in to a network account directly from the EH620 to instantly start cloud-based meetings and video conferences on a Full HD 1080p big screen up to 150”. The EH620 can download business applications from the Microsoft Store and host any Windows software including web browsers and conferencing apps for unlimited collaboration potential.
In addition to the onboard Windows 11 IoT Enterprise OS, the EH620 provides the intuitive BenQ Uni Launcher UI for users to choose their preferred interface (BenQ Launcher or Windows 11). For iOS, Mac OS, and Android collaborators, the EH620’s driver-free wireless projection capabilities include Miracast, Airplay, Google Cast, and BenQ InstaShare screen mirroring with 4-way split-screen projection.
Ideal for easy system integration with Windows-based ecosystems alongside related devices such as smartboards or interactive boards and various cameras, the EH620 simplifies meeting setup with auto keystone, auto picture mode, and auto sound mode for its powerful 5Wx2 audio system. IT management is also simplified with automatic OTA firmware updates and full compatibility with control systems including Extron, Creston, AMX, and PJ Link.
To learn more about BenQ EH620 smart projector, please visit https://www.benq.com/en-au/business/projector/eh620.html
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