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Small, compact design.
Bright, clear images.
Automatic keystone adjustment.
Easy to use.
Decent brightness level.
Low power consumption.
Combination projector/media player.
20,000 hours of LED light.
Controls tricky to use.
Must convert PowerPoints before playback.
Some color complaints.
Steep initial learning curve.
Power supply big and heavy.
USB does not support DivX.
Buttons in the unit aren't very responsive
Limited file compatibility.
Video conversion software not included.
Short A/V cord.
By TechSpot on July 08, 2009
Pico's Prime? One of the neat features of the Joybee is the ability to play content directly from a USB flash drive without the assistance of a computer. BenQ bundles a 2 GB flash drive for this very purpose, but you are free to use any flash drive...
By Macworld UK on March 29, 2011
BenQ’s Joybee GP1 is a cute-looking device that looks like a shrunken down version of a traditional projector. It doesn’t quite hit the handheld territory of the pico models on test here, but weighs a mere 640g. The GP1 can be tripod mounted...
By LaptopMag on August 06, 2010
This mini projector offers better performance than the pico competition at an affordable...
By ConsumerSearch on July 01, 2010
The BenQ Joybee GP1 fills the bill for users who need something bigger than a pico projector but smaller than a full-sized portable projector, reviewers say. Barely bigger than a soda can and weighing just 1.4 pounds, portability is terrific. Colors...
By TechTree on May 10, 2010
The projector is priced around Rs.45,000, which puts it right in the middle of the Acer (36K) and the LG (55K) pocket projectors. I would say the GP1 offers a good blend of features and performance compared to the other two. The Acer is 10K cheaper...
By InsideHW on February 17, 2010
Have you ever wondered if there was a projector so small that you could put it in your bag along with the notebook, without even noticing it was there? Feel free to reply positively, because there is. Throw media player functions into the mix and you...
By Smarthouse on January 01, 2010
"Small BenQ Projector Brings Enjoyment" By Mendelson Tiu | Published:29/01/2010 The BenQ Joybee GP1 is a small and portable projector that makes movie viewing fun. It can liven up any room with its versatility and offers anyone a big screen experience...
By Videomaker on December 01, 2009
The BenQ Joybee GP1 Mini Projector is an easy to use projector with fast setup times, making it perfect for bringing it to a friend's house and enjoying a big screen an any spare wall.Paul Kirpes is the equipment tester for Polder and One Media...
By Macworld on November 05, 2009
The Joybee GP1 is a decent choice for small-group presentations, as long as you can control the lighting conditions and use the device in a dimly lit or darkened room. For budget-minded business travelers with limited needs, the Joybee GP1 is good...
By CNET Australia on November 03, 2009
The BenQ Joybee GP1 is a small and impressive LED pico-projector, but you'll pay handsomely for the "wow"...
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