Excerpt: The Good Small and lightweight. Good price. USB reader is convenient. Bulb-free DLP. The Bad Simply not bright enough for most situations. Awkwardly placed controls on remote and projector. Relatively low resolution.
Pros: Small and lightweight., Good price., USB reader is convenient., Bulb-free DLP.
Cons: Simply not bright enough for most situations., Awkwardly placed controls on remote and projector., Relatively low resolution.
LED projector can fit in your briefcase or backpack and outputs 858x600 resolution
Consumer Electronics Net
30 July 2009
Excerpt: Small form factor projectors have captured a lot of attention in the last year or so, probably due in part to their portability as well as the images that they output. BenQ has recently released a projector called the Joybee GP1 mini projector, that, while not pocket sized, does have a small...
Excerpt: The projector itself is pretty sexy looking: a glossy white body with a glossy black top. The lens is not covered, but quite recessed into the body, so, unless you’re trying to, it’ll be hard to scratch it.
Excerpt: In accordance with ASUS philosophy of presenting new devices in short periods of time, not long after the first Fonepad, new models, Fonepad Note 6 and Fonepad 7, have been announced. Unfortunately, f...
BenQ's LED projector is small but mighty -- displaying great images
Good Gear Guide.au
26 January 2010
Summary: BenQ's Joybee GP1 is a nifty little projector, with a native resolution higher than DVD quality and a reasonable light output given its tiny size. The non-standard resolution might annoy some users, and the fan output while not noisy, wasn’t as quiet as we would have liked.
Pros: Good image quality, 80-inch maximum screen size
Cons: Non-standard resolution of 858x600 pixels, low overall light output