Even in a well-lit room, projection can be clean and visible - and you don't even have to break the bank. The BenQ MH733 is a sophisticated and engaging Full HD projector suitable for medium-sized classrooms, lecture halls, and conference rooms. With DLP technology, the projector will provide perfect font and graph detail. Its operation is also very economical.
The high-brightness of the MH733's 4000 lumens lets lecturers and bosses make presentations in nicely lit, medium-sized conference rooms, providing unparalleled opportunities for discussion, collaboration, notes and interaction to ensure the most productive meetings. High brightness allows for a guarantee of professional image quality that meets strict business standards.
With Native Full HD resolution (1920x1080) in 16: 9 widescreen, the MH733 delivers easy-to-read content with exceptional sharpness and enhanced display capabilities for professional presentations.
A USB port type A on the MH733, which supports a variety of files including JPEG, PDF, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, lets lecturers easily project images or documents directly without the need for a laptop.
When the MH733 is installed on a LAN, it can be easily presented with computers or smart devices in combination with QCast. QCast helps users directly project photos and a variety of files including PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and PDF files from computers or smart devices to a large screen. In addition, QCast offers useful features that increase overall efficiency and convenience in corporate meetings.
The MH733 is WiFi ready for convenient wireless projection using the QCast App from a PC or mobile device by simply plugging in the Wireless USB Module* into a specific port on the back of the projector, called a "WIRELESS DONGLE."
* The WDRT8192 Wireless USB Module is an optional accessory
The MH733 supports projection of up to four different computers or smart devices using QCast, allowing you to effectively share more ideas. QCast has an exceptionally user-friendly interface, so the session organiser can control access to the wireless presentation by other lecturers and assign imaging positions to ensure smooth and efficient performance.
Unlike conventional network projectors that can not easily access the internet during wireless presentations, QCast offers flexible MH733 users with a flexible internet connection. Lecturers can browse the Internet when it is necessary to search for and share information.
The MH733 is widely compatible with leading projector control systems including Crestron, AMX, PJ Link, and Extron IP Link, which enable LAN control, making it easier to integrate the projector into corporate network infrastructures. The MH733 also supports RS-232 for reliable remote installations up to 15m away if no LAN infrastructure is available. As a result of direct projector control (1: 1) through a web browser, the Multiple Display Administrator (MDA) enables effective centralised management of multiple projectors, including automated opening and closing procedures and remote-controlled switching and shutdowns, greatly improving company-wide cooperation.