If you work in an office or run your own business, chances are you’ve had to give a presentation. And that also means you’ve likely dealt with finicky cables and outdated projectors that refused to cooperate when you’re about to deliver the slideshow you spent hours perfecting. The BenQ MH535A data projector is making that experience a thing of the past. And if you read on and enter this contest, you could win this business projector to help you knock that big pitch out of the park.

BenQ MH535A: An adaptable, easy to use data projector

It’s utterly frustrating when technology throws a wrench in your plans. Imagine: there you are, in front of potential clients or company bigwigs and when you plug in your presentation it’s barely legible or, even worse, it won’t appear at all. Now your focus is thrown off, and you feel a bit foolish for being bested by a machine.

Designed for business settings, the BenQ MH535A projector will help take the headache out of presentations. This isn’t your elementary school projector: this is a 1080p projector that offers high contrast to produce clear and legible text, even in conference rooms with ambient light. No one will have to squint to read your charts or date. As for set up, that’s simple too. The remote includes a Quick Install button which immediately accesses functions such as Test Pattern and Keystone, so you don’t have to go through a dizzying myriad of nested menus.

Adjustable feet prevent any distracting wobbling on uneven surfaces, while vertical keystone correction ensures that your presentation is square and properly aligned. This projector also has multiple inputs including dual HDMI and dual VGA inputs, allowing you to switch between presenters or platforms without any awkward lag time.

A data projector that can do it all

Though primarily designed for business, blog writer Jacob McCourt found that this projector also could easily be used as a home entertainment projector. It has few pixels and minimal lag, so games looked sharp and it could handle movies with have high-contrast colours. See for yourself:

He was also really impressed with its compact size, simple features, and how well it worked to present data in bright rooms. You can read the rest of Jacob’s review here. 

Another neat feature of the MH535A is that you can adjust the projector for the colour of the wall to maximize picture clarity without having to hang up a white sheet or set up a screen. And for those of you that are environmentally conscious, this projector has an Eco Cycle System. This means it determines brightness to optimize colour and contrast while saving lamp power, has an auto power off function, and features an Eco Blank Mode that activates after 3 minutes of inactivity to remove distractions and save energy. Not only are you helping the planet, you’ll also be helping your viewers keep their focus.


Entering this contest is easy, but you only get one entry! In a comment below, tell us how you would use this projector. Would it help you impress potential business partners at a conference? Would it be a great addition to a classroom setting? Or maybe you would like to add it to your home theatre set up?


One winner will be chosen from all eligible entries to receive a BenQ MH535A projector.

This contest will run from March 8th to March 22nd 

You can only enter once, but share this contest with coworkers, friends, and family so they too can have a chance to use a modern data projector in a home or work setting.

BenQ Data Projector Contest Rules and Regulations

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Kate Wensel
Kate holds an MA in English and has an undeniable fondness for fixing grammar and rearranging words. It's no surprise, then, that she began her career at Best Buy Canada as a product copywriter, and is now an editor for bestbuy.ca. When you can get her nose out of a book, Kate might be found hiking, ballroom dancing, or exploring Vancouver's food scene.


  1. I would for sure use it for movies..but I know my Niece would use it for her school projects presentations..

  2. I’d use the BenQ projector at our church men’s club , and at my local model railway club. It looks great for videos and photo projection.

  3. I’d let my husband who is a teacher use this projector in his classroom. He teaches science and math so it would be perfect to display all of that information.

  4. I would use this projector in my basement and will add some really cool leds supported with sound system.

  5. I would use it to recommend all my friends to go to Best Buy! As they watch the new Captain Marvel with me on my new projector!

  6. I’d use this for presentations and for home theatre. It’s so versatile and I’d absolutely love to have this projector.

  7. Business use is great but I’d just love to have my own really big screenless tv and movie projector!

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