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BenQ GP1 mini LED projector

BenQ GP1 mini LED projector thumbnail imageBenQ has unveiled a mini LED projector that can be used without the need for a PC. The BenQ GP1 comes with a £499 price tag.

The GP1 Mini LED Projector uses a 3DLP RGB lamp setup, emits 100 Ansi lumens of brightness and weighs a scant 640g.

Designed for use with games consoles and portable gadgets such as the iPhone, the GP1 can also read content from a USB mass storage device or a digital camera or camcorder. The device can project images and video on to a wall or screen with the resulting display ranging between 15in and 80in diagonally.

The projector has a digital zoom, preset picture and A/V modes and can be used in either 4:3 to 16:9 formats. It has an integrated 2 Watt speaker and comes with a headphone jack.

The BenQ GP1 Mini LED Projector will be available from June priced at £499.

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