Sure, you can bring one home for a media room, etc. but as color, even calibrated, isn’t up to home theater enthusiast standards, I would not normally recommend it for home use, unless you just want big and bright, and aren’t worried about having highly accurate color that could be expected on any similarly priced projector designed for home.
As a commercial projector, I expect it will be very successful for certain digital signage applications (doing either front and rear projection). The 24/7 operation capability, combined with the ability to position at any angle, and the long life no laser engine to keep things consistent, makes it great for that. If there’s a digital signage limitation, it’s screen sizes, or that this Dell isn’t designed to be used as part of a larger array of projectors, for which it would need features like edge blending, or even projection mapping.
It is pretty ideal for a medium to large conference room, classroom, or multi-purpose room. Remember, maximum screen size is 130” diagonal, so don’t expect to use it in small auditoriums or large hotel ballrooms where bigger screens are needed.
In the classroom, I would suggest that it can handle lecture halls with up to 100-150 students. The built-in sound will do a respectable job on smaller rooms, but for something like that lecture hall, some extra sound is going to be needed. No worries, rooms like that normally have their own sound systems.
The overall value proposition I consider to be at least very good – assuming you do need to handle 4K content. If there’s no 4K content in your near future, then there are a number of far less expensive alternatives.
That said, we’re pretty much just at the beginning of 4K content, so if your organization sees the need to start working with 4K in the next months or even a couple of years, considering the long life of the laser engine, you might just want to get a jump on things today with 4K, so you aren’t faced with needing to replace the projector in 2-3 years, when a laser projector is good for typically far longer than a decade, except in setups requiring 24/7 operation or similar.