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Wherever it’s used, the GP10 is very clearly designed to be placed in front of the viewer rather than behind. It’s truly excellent; it doesn’t mirror the screen, but instead projects documents — including Apple’s Pages, Keynote and Numbers documents as well as all Microsoft Office-flavours — though photos are what it loves most of all. If you’re on a tight budget and after an all-rounder with something special, BenQ’s GP10 makes a great choice. Fine for watching a movie, but not for skipping from file to file during a presentation. Able to project a inch image from just a metre away, it’s a solution for two scenarios; presentations in small rooms, offices and boardrooms, and for watching movies at home.

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USB playback of digital files is far better. It’s not the finest projector around, but we’d judge the GP10 as fp10 great-value choice for life in an office and occasional trips home.

The other video inputs take images direct.

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TechRadar pro IT insights for business. We particularly like how files can be played from a SD card or USB stick, and though the Mac software to bring wireless laptop mirroring is troublesome and there’s no Android app, the iOS app’s integration and real-time photo slideshows — complete with live doodling — is exquisite.

Henq the travelling business types that will get the most out of the GP Able to project a inch image from just a metre away, it’s a solution for two scenarios; presentations in small rooms, offices and boardrooms, and for watching movies at home. This opens the way to some interesting interactive possibilities and, as a bonus, a copy of the altered image is saved in the app.

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With Looper playing from Lovefilm we did notice a lack of shadow detail and contrast as well as slightly rosy skin tones, but there’s no sign of any motion judder nor much rainbow effect, which normally we’re susceptible to. Wherever it’s used, the GP10 is very clearly designed to be placed in front of benw viewer rather than behind.

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The file support is massive, and not just for presentations and word processed files; all common filetypes for movies, photos and music and supported — and many rare formats, too.

If you’re on a tight budget and after an all-rounder with something special, BenQ’s GP10 makes a great choice. The GP10 manages just Lumens, which pretty much restricts it to being used in a near-blackout.

Considering its likely position on a coffee table in front of the viewer, a headphones slot would be nice. The GP10 uses a simple, animated carousel-based user interface that’s there only to scroll through and initialise its inputs and connectivity options, though it’s fairly slow on the uptake. That short-throw skill throw ratio is 1.

The GP10 is great value. Fine for watching a movie, but not for skipping from file to file during a presentation. Our Verdict It’s not the finest projector around, but we’d judge the GP10 as a great-value choice for life in an office and occasional trips home.

An automatic keystone feature helps out a lot with image placement, as does a retractable foot on the GP10’s bottom. It’s truly excellent; it doesn’t mirror the screen, but instead projects documents — including Apple’s Pages, Keynote and Numbers documents as well as all Microsoft Office-flavours — though photos are what it loves most of all.

However, unlike many beamers this small, the GP10 does achieve a HD resolution: Though the user interface is simple, the remote control it’s operated by is thin, too long and slow — it can take up to a second for commands to be received and acted upon by the G Accessing an iOS device’s photo stream, it allows not only rapidly swiped slideshows, but virtual doodling on the image in real-time.

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behq With smaller, portable projector’s such as the GP10 there are always trade-offs to be made, and here it’s with brightness. Connectivity options abound, and we particularly like the awesome iOS app, media player software and the simple carousel-based user interface. Versatile images and surprisingly loud speakers make this an everyman small projector as at home on a coffee table for the odd movie as for a presentation on-the-go. The lack of working laptop screen mirroring software for a Mac is a shame, as is the no-show for an Android app.

That’s obvious from the rear connections panel, which holds an old-fashioned RGB D-sub pin port for attaching a laptop as well as Henq and a down-and-dirty composite video input. Sound from the built-in 3W speakers SRS surround sound is fine for presentations and reasonably good for dialogue-heavy movies, but it’s too loud; it goes up only in about five steps between mute and deafness, which makes it a poor bneq for video games. There are basic single 3.

During our test the GP10 ran at an average of 49 decibels, peaking at 61 decibels. Photos are bnq especially well, with a 4×6 display of thumbnails and a preview pane. Although the GP10 is designed to attract home cinema-makers on a budget, at its heart it’s a data projector.