BenQ has launched another gadget from its Joybee, the new Joybee GP3 Mini Projector which successfully replaces the GP2 mini projector. The new Joybee GP3 is just a minor update with similar features and an identical look, it features improved brightness and better contrast ratio and wireless streaming capabilities.
The GP3 mini projector comes equipped with a built-in dock for iPhone and iPod that allows users to show videos, photos and even games on a large screen up to 160-inch. The new palm-sized projector is based on DLP projection system and features 1280×800 native resolution. It is able to display 1.07 billion colors and offers 300 ANSI Lumens brightness and 10,000:1 contrast ratio.
The short-throw projector is able to project 40-inch images at 1 meter distance. You can find HDMI 1.3, D-sub, Composite, Component, RCA audio input jacks and a USB Type A for USB drive/hard drive, USB mini for USB display and file transfer, and a SD/SDHC (up to 32GB) card slot. It comes equipped with a built-in 2W speakers with SRS WOW HD to deliver good quality sound and BenQ plans to release the Joybee GP3 on the global market this May.