BenQ, a global leader in DLP projector technology, recently launched a palm-sized projector designed to cope with hard use in a variety of environments. GS1 delivers portable fun that’s simple to set-up and robust enough to cope with classes of all sizes and is ideal for use on outdoor camps.
Drop proof, Splash Proof and Low Heat
With a robust rubber case, GS1 is Drop Proof which means it will survive a fall of 60cm. Its IPX1 Splash Proof rating offers ingress protection to withstand rains and spilt drinks. Unlike other projectors, the GS1 emits low heat making it safe enough for children to touch.
Cable Free – Teach Wherever You Want
The cable free design with 3-hour detachable battery gives you complete freedom to stream online content in seconds or use the BenQ Video Tray App and share content direct from your Android phone wherever you want. GS1 is a plug and play portable LED projector with built-in USB readers. Stream audio to your Bluetooth speakers and listen to truly memorable sound that’s just like a night at the movies.
Portable – Take It With You Wherever You Go
The GS1 and battery weighs just 1kg. It’s compact (13.9cm x 14.6cm) but powerful and fits into the palm of your hand. With a short throw lens, GS1 can project a 60” image at just 1 metre.
Set Up A Class In Seconds
With a simple one touch button, GS1will power up in just 3 seconds. GS1 features a user-friendly interface with inputs that enable multimedia viewing and online streaming. Auto keystone adjusts the image to suit the screen and GS1’s set-up wizard saves your settings automatically when you set up the first time and you won’t have to do it again the next time you use it. n
BenQ’s GS1 portable projector is available now for RRP$999.
For more information visit www.BenQ.com.au or call 1300 130 336
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