Got a bent 55" touch screen - it's okay but staff miss the freeze functionality of all things, and I think it's too small...
Benq stupid auto correct!
Freeze function is something the CleverLCD's lack as well :) The way around this is to use extended desktop but then you lose interactivity on the second screen (your large touchscreen....). Kinda pointless
I dont understand how they can leave out that and still advertise to schools.
Okay - so in our IT room we have 2 TVs replicating the teachers machine - teacher puts up a powerpoint - then wants to actually use her PC for more then displaying the ppt during the lesson. How do your staff do this?
freeze screen wouldnt be the be all and end all when purchasing for me. The product has other benefits......
So an IT teacher, using a PC in an IT lesson is fiddling around? How do they access impero? how do they access other work for students to do? how do they demo one on one with students? We ask them to keep emails open during a lesson as a means of instant site wide communication...
How can you expect an IT teacher to not use a PC and software to teach? I don't call that fiddling :/
I know they can not display the PowerPoint etc and then switch off the monitors - but the freeze screen is a really well used standard tool here on projectors - it is just surprising the screens don't have it.