BenQ launches GP1 Mini Projector in India
Digital devices maker, BenQ today announced the launch of its PC-less, lamp-free GP1 Mini Projector in the Indian market.
The projector features 3LED technology and has USB video reader to all types of multimedia content. The GP1 Mini comes with 120% NTSC, 100 ANSI lumens with digital LED lighting allowing it to project high quality photos, design renderings and videos even in an fully lit room.
In order to enhance clarity it offers the Wall Color Correction feature and for easy audio output it comes with a default 2W speaker. The projector is easy to carry around because of its light weight at just 640 grams and small size.
The projector offers preset picture PC and A/V modes and also digital zoom to allow users to adjust pictures. It can offer bigger projection than any TV priced in the range.
The users can also plug in their iPod/iPhone through a compatible dock and the projector is claimed to offer more than 20,000 hours of light life. BenQ claims that the projector offers superior output when compared to other projectors with only 55%-80% NTSC.
The company says that the projector is suitable for photographers, interior designers, realtors, and others looking for brilliant color projection. The projector can be instantly turned off and on easily.
The GP1 Mini is available across the country and is priced at around Rs. 36,600. BenQ makes a number of products including digital projectors, LCD monitors, laptop PCs, Netbooks, all-in-one PCs, LCD TVs, digital cameras, storage devices, eBook readers, mobile phones, storage media and other PC components like keyboard.
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