As Jpinto says, a projector probably isn't the answer for a daytime light filled room use. Even though you'll by able to see the picture (using a PLV 70), PQ will be so sub-optimum you probably won't like it.
If you go that route anyway, another less expensive option is the Panasonic 720U which also does 2200 lumens.
Doesn't it also depend in part on the screen size and shape. I mean there is that 10x wide-angle screen and the 20x narrow-angle screen or Vutec's curved 13x gain screen... They are not flat, but they would provide a picture in daylight with even moderate lumens, I'd bet.
I have a Boxlight SE20HD (read PLV-70) and I have to agree with HTCrazy. While the picture is definitily watchable during the day when some light control is implemented, it is less than optimal. With fptv, ambient light is a problem. Of course, glare is a problem with just about anything. I am not a fan of rptv for the same reason. I agree, plamsa or direct view is the way to go in this situation.
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