BenQ PB7200 – Overview
The PB7200 is a snap to setup. Plug it in, plug in your sources, and turn everything on. It will find the first live source. When you display from your computer, you’ll probably want to hit the Auto button on the remote to line everything up perfectly, but that’s about it. This is about as easy as “Plug and Project” gets.
The PB7200 projector can also be ceiling mounted, or project in rear-screen mode, if needed, you can flip or mirror the image quickly from the menus, for either option. It’s a good quiet DLP projector for ceiling mounting.
The PB7200’s remote mousing works great, run the USB cable from your laptop’s (or desktop’s) USB, and start pointing and clicking. As mentioned elsewhere the disc pad and buttons are very well laid out, and easy to use without having to look at the remote. And don’t forget you’ve got a laser pointer on the projector’s remote, too.
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