Posted on July 19, 2018 By Lyle Silverman
The BenQ MH733 Projector is a compact, 5.5 pound full HD, DLP projector claiming 4000 lumens and potentially 15,000 hours of lamp life. Built with the traveling presenter in mind, the BenQ MH733 is sturdy all around but not too bulky making it perfectly portable for the road. For the more stationary inclined, this projector is more than suitable for being ceiling mounted, placed on an AV cart, or just throwing it on the conference table when needed.
A 10 watt speaker provides a formidable audio option, but, when needed, the MH733 projector’s audio out port is there to connect to a room sound system or supplemental powered speakers. With a full 1080P HD picture, a 16,000:1 contrast ratio, and a 16:9 native aspect ratio, the BenQ MH733 boasts a sharp, crisp picture with easy to read text and clear images.
This BenQ is the top of the line in this M73 series, next to the MW732, and MX731, which are WXGA and XGA respectively. The MH733 comes in at $799, while the MW732 is $699, and the MX731 appears be about $599 at most outlets. As you would expect, each of the projectors in this series offer the same 10 Watt speaker mentioned above, and many other capabilities in common.
The series includes tons of presenting versatility thanks to wireless dongle capability (sold separately – $59) and BenQ’s QCast App. Features like split screen, multiple screens from multiple devices, meeting control, seamless mobile device or computer display, and QCast can even can act as a remote for your projector if needed.
Home Screen / Auto Search
Bright Room Bright Screen
Bright Room Bright Mode Power Point
FiveThirtyEight.com Cinema Mode
As an classroom, or business solution around the office, the M7 series is fully compatible with the most common projector control systems including Crestron, AMX, PJ-Link, and Extron.
For the presenter on the go, BenQ’s seamless USB Reader makes presenting without a computer incredibly easy, saving you extra cords, space, and time.
All in all, the BenQ MH733 is a versatile, high brightness projector, with lots of features that make a solid solution for any business or school looking for a quality, powerful, and 1080p sharp projector in the sub-$800 range.
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