BenQ launches palm-sized GP1 mini projector
11 August 2010
BenQ, digital lifestyle devices provider, today launched the PC-less, lamp-free GP1 mini projector based on on 3LED technology. The 640g projector integrated with a USB video reader runs all types of multimedia content.
Its features include digital LED lighting, wall color correction, built-in 2W speaker, 20,000+ hours light life, iPod / iPhone dock (optional), instant On/Off, and tripod compatibility.
GP1's 120 per cent NTSC and 100 ANSI lumens project photos, design renderings and videos in high-impact color, even in fully-lit settings. The 15-80'' image in 4:3 native format (16:9 selectable) is adjustable with digital zoom and preset picture PC and A/V modes.
The projector gives bigger projection than any comparably priced TV and is much more versatile, portable, and easier to use.
It comes in a high-gloss, chic, and palm-sized form and can be paired with iPods, Smartphones, PDAs, and digital cameras. The connectivity options include D-Sub, composite, and USB inputs. It also includes PC audio output and a detachable iPod/iPhone docking station.
The new BenQ GP1 projector is available across India at a price of Rs36,600.
BenQ Corporation's product portfolio includes digital projectors, LCD monitors, laptop PCs, Netbooks, all-in-one PCs, LCD TVs, digital cameras, storage devices, eBook readers, mobile phones, storage media and human interface devices such as mice and keyboards.