BenQ unveils GP10 Ultra-Lite wireless LED projector

Indian brand BenQ has unveiled its latest creation, the GP10 Ultra-Lite wireless LED projector. The projector is meant for a demographic searching for a home theatre system without the need for a giant TV, with the wireless capabilities of the projector.


The GP10, weighing 1.5 kg, comes with power-efficient LED projection technology, 720p HD-ready short-throw projection, 30,000 hours LED Light Source, 3D capabilities, 550 ANSI lumen brightness, optional detachable DVD player, HDMI multimedia connectivity, USB multiple format support for movies, pictures and music, Wireless Display, SD card slot, and two built-in 3W stereo speakers with SRS. GP10 also comes with optional detachable DVD player.

The BenQ GP10 projector

The BenQ GP10 projector


“Home entertainment is continuously changing the way families consume audio visual content in form of movies, television channels, games etc, keeping that in mind we are launching BenQ GP10 our 550 lumens ultra-lite LED projector in India. The incredible device makes enjoying all forms of entertainment wirelessly with optimal performance to create a big screen home cinema experience for families. It is backed with 30,000 hrs of LED light source &  GP10 is capable to give consumers a decade of hassle free crystal clear big screen visual entertainment”, said Rajeev Singh, Country Head and General Manager, BenQ India.

According to an official statement by BenQ, the GP10 is capable of projecting a big 160-inch 720p HD-quality picture. It is LED-powered with an enhanced 550 ANSI lumen brightness, 10,000:1 contrast ratio and 100 percent NTSC wide color gamut performance. A major advantage of using the LEDs is the power-saving capabilities.

The GP10 is also equipped with multimedia connectivity to support DVD players, DTH & Set-top boxes, PCs, tablet PCs, gaming consoles and Apple devices.

The new BenQ GP10 is available at an MRP of Rs 59,990 across India. For more information, visit the official BenQ website.

Last month, BenQ had launched the GH600 and GH700 digital cameras in India. These point-and-shoot compact digital cameras feature 21X optical zoom with 16-megapixel sensors and 25mm wide-angle view. They also have O.I.S. support, 1cm Super Macro Mode and a three-inch 460k LCD screen.

The GH series digital cameras let you select from various shooting modes. Color Filter includes LOMO Mode for adding artistic effects to photographs, while Color Accent converts all the colours in a photograph into black and white except for a selected colour. The 1cm Super Macro Mode lets you capture close-up shots from as close as 1 cm and Panorama mode helps you capture landscapes or large group shots. You also get some other shooting modes such as P/ Av/ Tv/ M Mode, Speedy Burst, Beauty Enhancer and Advanced Smart Scene Mode.

Published Date: Oct 17, 2012 04:57 pm | Updated Date: Oct 17, 2012 04:57 pm