The SVGA BenQ Joybee GP1 Mini Projector packs a lot of features into a projector that's less and six inches square and 2.25 inches high (5.34 x 2.24 x 4.72" to be exact). It weighs only 1.4 pounds yet it projects at 100 lumens with a contrast ratio of 2000:1.
Its LED light source never needs replacing because it's expected to last the life of the projector—about 20,000 hours. It's one of the first projectors to use Luminus Devices' PT 39 PhlatLight LED chipset. The display panel that forms the picture is a Texas Instruments Digital Light Processor Digital Micromirror Device. Together they produce images that contain 120 percent of the standard NTSC color gamut (range of colors). And with wall color correction you don't even need a screen to get the right colors.
The GP1 can also show video signals in PAL and SECAM formats and 720p and 1080i high definition formats. It can accept signals from PCs and Macintosh computers. What's more, you don't even have to bring your computer with you. Just transfer pictures and movies to a USB flash drive and you can leave your laptop behind.
Speaking of no-PC presentations, you can present right from your iPod or iPhone with an optional adapter. If you need a tiny yet versatile projector the Joybee GP1 might just be the projector you need.
Joybee GP1 Mini Projector
Remote Control With Battery (CR2025 x 1)
Quick Start Guide
User Manual CD
3-Year BenQ Parts and Labor Warranty on Projector, 90 days or 500 hours on Lamp