While there is no wireless network capability, that’s probably less of a concern for a projector that’s not intended for portability. Similarly, the lack of network presentation capability is a negative, but a minor one at that. We’d also like to see a better warranty and greater projected lamp life (especially when you consider the relatively high replacement lamp cost).
Good as it is, the WX6000 suffers in comparison with the recently reviewed Mitsubishi WL7200U. The Mitsubishi is brighter than the WX6000 (in our measurements), while offering a longer lamp warranty, similar color and sharpness at a lower price. While the Mitsubishi is only WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution, in practice, there is little difference in sharpness between the two.
That being said, you could spend a lot more and do a lot worse than the WX6000. It has a very good set of features and solid performance, all at a price that won’t break the bank. If you’re in the market for a large venue projector that can handle a fair amount of ambient light while still providing a clear presentation, the Canon WX6000 certainly deserves your consideration.