20:00 29th Mar, 2012
BenQ Launches Palm-Sized Projector With iPhone Dock
Priced at Rs 39,200; the Joybee GP2 is also compatible with iPods.
BenQ is out with a palm-sized projector having an iPhone\iPod dock, called the Joybee GP2 that supports 720p short-throw projection. Equipped with a pair of 2W stereo speakers, 200 ANSI lumen brightness, 2 GB of internal memory, and power efficient 3LED projection technology, the setup can project images of up to 160" diagonal size. Other features include HDMI, PC \ AV connector, SD card \ USB reader, multiple format support, and an optional battery pack.
The projector claims to offer 30,000 hours of lamp life in the Eco Mode and three hours of playback on full charge with the optional battery pack, which is good enough to play a full-length movie. The device can also read photos, MS Office files, and PDF documents apart from video and music formats. The new BenQ Joybee GP2 is priced at Rs 39,200.
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