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Hayward USD DLP Projectors Case Study

Hayward Unified School District standardizes classroom displays with TI DLP® Technology.

Institution: Hayward USD
District: Hayward Unified School District
Country: USA / CA
Grade / Level: K-12, Other
Course / Subject: Biology, Chemistry, Math, Physics, Science
Projector Features: Filter Free
Projector Manufacturer: na
Date: 9/1/2010

Visually, I could see the differences immediately. The LCD projectors had lower lumens and lower native resolution. And the quality of the BenQ DLP projector image was simply better.

Solomon Gebala, Director of Purchasing Hayward Unified School District

We believe that if we chose an LCD-based projector, we’d have shorter lifecycles and a major maintenance burden in changing bulbs and cleaning and replacing filters. The BenQ DLP projectors don’t have those concerns.

Solomon Gebala, Director of Purchasing Hayward Unified School District

Client: Serving 20,600+ K-12 students in Hayward (Calif.) Unified School District consists of 25 elementary schools, five middle schools, three high schools, an alternative high school, English Language Center, Adult Education Center and a Child Care Center.

Challenge: Adopt a district-wide standard display technology for hundreds of classrooms with portable and fixed-mount long-life projectors, low maintenance, and excellent clarity. Hayward also wanted a solution that supports 3D content and instruction in the future.

Solution: A multi-year deployment of hundreds of BenQ MP 626 and BenQ MP 772 ST projectors across the district. BenQ projectors are based on Texas Instruments DLP technology, providing clarity and visibility from anywhere in the classroom. These projectors are fully 2D and 3D compatible today.

Results: “Short-throw” deployment on custom carts gives portability without sacrificing image size or quality. Built-in speakers reinforce the classroom audio and Ethernet connectivity provides better asset management. With DLP, bulb life is longer, there are no filters to clean, and the image is vivid.

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