Posted on July 1, 2020 By Phil Jones
BENQ LU710 Business/Education Projector Review – Summary: Highlights, Value Proposition, Pros and Cons
The BENQ LU710 is a 4,000 lumen WXUGA (1920 x1200) DLP laser projector with a rated lamp life of 20,000 in Normal mode. BenQ claims that due to its BlueCore laser light engine the LU710 can reproduce over 90% of the BT.709 color gamut which is the standard for HD video.
By dynamically modulating the laser power, the LU710 has acclaimed dynamic contrast ration of 3,000,000:1. The LU710 delivered a clear picture with the accurate color I have come to expect from the BenQ lineup of projectors.
The projector’s feature set is focused on business applications. The LU710 is compatible with a couple of BenQ optional solutions which allow wireless projection of documents, videos and images from a computer or mobile device. It has Auto Keystone Correction to simplify setup.
With its bright laser/phosphor light source that lasts up to 20,000 hours, high contrast ratio, low-maintenance design, and network-management capability, the LU710 would be a good option for many meeting and conference room environments.
Wirelessly cast content from a PC or mobile device to the BenQ LU710 using the optional Qcast Mirror Wi-Fi dongle
Up to 16 presenters can wirelessly connect to the projector to the LU710 via the optional InstaShow (WDC10)
BenQ's centralized control software enables remote and centralized management of multiple LU710 projectors
The LU710 Laser Light Engine can deliver 4,000 lumens for up to 20,000 hours
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