BenQ recently announced the launch of their second-generation Joybee GP2 in India for those yearning for a big screen experience on-the-go. The brand claims that this palm-sized projector leads this category with unparalleled audiovisual multimedia experience for those who are on the move. The highlighted features of this projector, include an all-in-one Apple iPhone/iPod-compatible dock, optional battery pack, highly power-efficient 3LED projection technology, 720p HD-ready short-throw projection, 200 ANSI lumen brightness, multimedia connectivity that can be connected to Apple iPads and other tablet computers via HDMI, multiple format support, SD card slot, USB Reader, File Transfer to 2GB onboard memory from computers and two 2W stereo speakers.
A pocket projector with an iPod dock
“Delivering on our commitment of providing efficient projection solutions for India, this new power packed projector, GP2 has been specially designed to combine ease-of-use with optimal performance allowing users to create Big Picture experience even in smallest of spaces. People today are always on the move and GP2 is the perfect answer for the collaborative needs of professionals as well as individuals. Joybee GP2 is a product that can be used while you are off for a vacation, organizing a party at your home or even at your office boardroom presentations by connecting it to Apple iPads, iPhone and other tablets via HDMI. It is an all-in-one pocket device that can serve both business as well as personal entertainment purpose,” said, Rajeev Singh, Country Head & General Manager, BenQ India.
Light and compact, weighing at 565g, this palm-sized device features an all-in-one iPhone/iPod-compatible dock designed to be used at house parties, sleepovers, camping expeditions or expeditions abroad. With simple plug and play, users can share videos, photos and games with their family and friends on a 160-inch cinematic display or play music via the music playback function. The brand claims that the simultaneous charging capability ensures non-stop fun. BenQ has designed an optional battery pack to go with this nifty device, offering users three hours of big picture when the battery is fully charged.
It features multimedia connectivity applications to support any home entertainment and personal media devices and to process a range of multimedia formats from videos, photos and music files to MS-Office and PDF documents. The USB Display feature allows users to connect their computers to the GP2 using a USB cable with no driver required, while the USB File Transfer function helps users transfer their multimedia files onto the 2GB onboard memory storage for light traveling.
The GP2 is built around a DLP chip, along with an LED light source meant to last for the life of the projector. The GP2 can project for 30,000 hours without any drop in brightness when put in the Eco Mode. Its durable, filter-free DLP engine design makes it easy to maintain.
The new BenQ Joybee GP2 is available at a maximum retail price of Rs.39,167 across India. For more information, click here.
Published Date: Mar 29, 2012 11:34 am | Updated Date: Mar 29, 2012 11:34 am