BenQ Announces GV30 Mini Portable Projector with 2.1 Channel Sound
BenQ builds on its recent momentum in the portable projector market with the release of the GV30, a mini portable projector and world-first with 2.1 channel Bluetooth audio.
The GV30 supports 2.1 channel audio systems with separate high/midrange drivers and a dedicated woofer for bass frequencies. Tuned by the same team that brought BenQ's treVolo audio product to reality, according to BenQ, “the system employs acoustic and psychoacoustic sciences to balance cinematic sound properties and enhance depth, clarity, definition, presence, and stereo field imaging”. The GV30 features Cinema, Game, Sports and Music modes.
In addition to Bluetooth connectivity, the GV30 is completely wireless, with onboard Android TV for instant access to Google Play and live-streaming apps, movies, shows, sports and games, as well as social media and wireless casting from iOS and Android devices and laptops.
The GV30 provides a wide 135° projection angle range for versatile placement and is easy to set up with auto focus and auto keystone features. BenQ says its GV30 delivers the Rec. 709 colour gamut, with 300 ANSI lumens, approximately 720 LED lumens, and 5000 light source lumens brightness with 720p HD resolution.
Finally, the GV30 mini portable projector is perfect for outdoor or camping movie nights with its “generous battery life to enjoy full-length feature films”.
The BenQ GV30 is expected to be available by early October 2021 and will sell in Australia for $999 RRP.
StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.