This projector review is included in our 2015-2016 Best Classroom Projectors Report, which is sponsored by Epson America.
This NEC projector is a serious small business portable. It comes with a credit card remote control, a sliding cover to protect the fixed lens, and has one HDMI input. The projector supports several, but not all major 3D formats (more later), but it does have a very impressive built in media player, which will also be covered in this projector reviews's Special Features section.
This projector uses single chip DLP technology, has no filters to change, and is physically smaller and lighter than virtually any lamp based projector. Like most competing projectors, it sports WXGA resolution which also translates to supporting native 720p. You can take this little PJ home for some fun viewing, but it's not a match for the better picture quality, yet similarly priced, home entertainment projectors. It's also smaller and lighter than those. It has a built in speaker.
The NEC has the brightness to do fine in a typical conference room on screens 60 to 80 inches diagonal, with just basic lighting control, such has killing half the room's fluorescent lights
There are a large number of preset modes, as NEC is trying to keep things simple. Menus have most of the usual offerings but far less than some feature laden projectors.
I should note that it is very reasonably eco friendly, drawing only 110 watts. By comparison a lamp based projector that draws less than 200 watts is a real rarity. Of course, it's also barely half as bright as most of those others.