BenQ has launched new palm size projector in India
August 8, 2010 | by techlineinfo.com
BenQ has launched a new palm sized digital projector GP1 in India. Projection utilizes Texas Instrument’s DLP technology. LED is used for light source and claims a life of 20,000 hours of operation. Usage of LED reduces the power consumption up to 77 % as compared with conventional lamp projectors. Maximum light intensity is 100 luminous and contrast ratio is 2000:1. GP1 can be used without a PC or laptop. Pictures and videos can be projected directly from the USB drives. MPEG1, MPEG2, JPEG, BMP, TIFF, GIF formats are supported. Screen size can be adjustable from 15” to 18 “.
BenQ GP1 is very handly and weighs only 640 Gms, which can be accommodated even in a hand bag. LED touch screen panel makes easy control in dark environment. Five colour modes can be selected according to the colour of the wall, which is useful in case of non availability of the White wall for projection. Game consoles and DVD players can be connected to this projected thorugh D-Sub, RCA, VGA, Composite or USB as appropriate.
No separate external speakers are required for this projector. In built two channel speakers can produce 2W output. Automatic keystone correction feature corrects the projections according to the tilt and position of the projector.
The box contains Qucik start guide, warranty card, CD, power cable, CEA 30 Pin cable, AC adaptor and carrying case. iPhone/ iPod universal docks can be purchased optionally.
Cost of BenQ GP1 mini projector is INR 36, 600/-