BenQ LH730 LED Projector with up to 4,000 ANSI lumens brightness now available
BenQ has launched its LH730 LED Projector. The new model has been designed for commercial use in medium to large retail spaces, offices and educational settings. High contrast ensures sharp text in the picture, and 1.2X zoom allows you to adjust the image as necessary.
The LH730 has up to 4,000 ANSI lumens brightness from its LED light source, which is expected to last up to 30,000 hours in Eco mode. Plus, the TI DLP chip allows the projector to cover 98% of the Rec.709 HD color gamut. You can perfect the image with two-dimensional or auto vertical keystone, Corner Fit and Digital Shrinking tools. Settings such as Infographic Mode, Presentation Mode and Spreadsheet Mode can be used to enhance your image further.
Multiple BenQ projectors and displays can be controlled via the DMS app or third-party services from brands like Crestron and AMX. You can mount the projector on the ceiling or rest it on a tabletop. Plus, an optional Wi-Fi dongle enables wireless casting from laptops and smartphones, with a four-way split screen allowing multiple people to present simultaneously. The BenQ LH730 projector retails for US$1,299 (or ~£1,200 or ~€1,450).