BenQ Announces LH730 LED-Lit DLP-Based Projector
BenQ announced the LH730, the first LED-lit projector in the company’s lineup of DLP-based projectors. In addition to 4,000 lumens of brightness, the professional-grade LH730 1080p LED projector includes 98% of Rec. 709 color coverage in a single DLP 1080p resolution imager.
The projector features long-lasting LED technology for up to 30,000 hours of life in Eco Mode. Plus, it powers on and off instantly, so no time is wasted.
Many spaces beyond meeting rooms and board rooms, such as retail stores, bowling alleys, or art museums, require commercial-grade projection. The LH730 provides flexible installation options. It’s easy to align the picture perfectly with image calibration features, including auto vertical keystone correction, two-dimensional keystone correction, corner fit, digital image shrink, and digital shift. With a 1.2x zoom, the picture size can be adjusted easily.
Finally, BenQ has eliminated the challenge of costly bulb replacements and inconsistent picture quality. The LH730 uses an eco-friendly, mercury-free LED light source that requires no costly lamp replacements. The light engine is completely sealed, preventing the buildup of dust and the damage it causes while also eliminating the expense of cleaning ineffective filters. It also features BenQ’s flexible projector management tools, with the option to monitor and manage BenQ projectors and displays via the company’s free DMS app or via Crestron, AMX or other control systems with PJLink.