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BenQ’s Joybee GP3 Mini Projector – connect and project like never before

Lamp-free, wireless technology that fits in the palm of your hand

Sydney, Australia, July 2013:     BenQ announce the arrival of their newest mini projector, the Joybee GP3, compact, lightweight and effortless to operate – it’s so easy to drive, no licence is required.  The BenQ GP3 is now available in Australia and for a limited time will be bundled with a complimentary rechargeable battery valued at $129.00, for on-the-go convenience, anytime, anywhere.

Following the success of GP1, GP2 and GP10, the new Joybee GP3 has a host of exciting features and the most wireless options ever offered in a BenQ projector.

This new mini projector is designed to bring your smart device to life – couple the Joybee GP3 with your smartphone or tablet to share seamless audiovisual entertainment, anytime and anywhere – wirelessly.

It’s palm-sized, 100% portable thanks to the optional battery, lamp-free for lower cost of ownership, and ‘unplugged’ for the ultimate versatility.

BenQ refer to the GP3 as the ‘wireless mobile cinema’ – no installation is required and it’s equipped with HD-ready 720p image quality and two expert-tuned built-in 2W speakers featuring SRS WOW HD™ technology to significantly improve audio playback.

Improvements afforded to the new GP3 over its predecessors include improved smart device projection, an all-in-one Apple iPhone iPod dock, built-in 2W speakers offering deeper bass tones and high frequency clarity for crisper detail and incredible 160” short-throw 3LED projection.  HD-ready image quality multimedia content from videos, music to photos can be shared instantly from any smart device, whether it’s iOS, Android or Windows.

GP3 offers up to 30,000 hours of reliable brightness in Eco Mode and is designed with a user-friendly interface providing instant access to all the files on your smart device, but alternatively, multimedia content can also be directly projected from a USB flash drive or SD card for PC-less sharing.

BenQ Australia’s managing director, Martin Moelle said the GP3 brings home entertainment to the general population.  “The concept of home entertainment is not just for audiovisual enthusiasts and professional techies – anyone can operate the GP3 and no installation is required.  Sit it on your coffee table when in use, and house it away in a cupboard or drawer when not in use.  Sharing seamless audiovisual entertainment with friends and family has never been easier,” he said, “we’ve made it so people can connect and project like never before.”

The BenQ Joybee GP3 is available late June and will retail for just $699.00.  For a limited time, the GP3 will be bundled with a rechargeable battery at no extra cost.  For information and stockist details, call 1300 130 336 or visit

RRP:                             $699.00  (battery RRP: $129.00)

Available:                      July 2013

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