I’ve reviewed a few projectors in the last year, and they were all aimed at home users.
Today I’m looking at the BenQ LH730 Conference Room Projector ($1,299, www.benq.com), which is aimed squarely at businesses and schools.
It is an interesting projector for what it does, and for what it doesn’t do.
What is it?
The LH730 is not a small projector. It measures 16.5 inches x 5.2 inches x 11.3 inches and it weighs 11.7 pounds.
I wouldn’t call it portable, but you can move it from room to room, if needed.
It is really designed to be hung from the ceiling in a meeting room or classroom. In fact, the labels of the ports on the back are set up to be read when the projector is upside down.
The LH730 has a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels and a max brightness of 4,000 lumens, which makes it bright enough to use in a room with windows or lights on.
The DLP light source uses four LEDs. It has red, green and two sets of blue LEDs for added brightness. It has a 500,000:1 contrast ratio.
The combination of lens and light source can show an image up to 300 inches.
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