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BenQ GP10

alaTest has collected and analyzed 18 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the value for money. The image quality also gets good opinions, whereas many are negative about the black level and usability. Views are divided on the size.

image quality, value for money

noise, usability, black level

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Projectors the BenQ GP10 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 96/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 18 reviews)

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BenQ GP10 review

 

Compact, short-throw DLP LED projector with innovative iOS integration

Short-throw images ; Automatic keystone ; Excellent iOS app ; Twin 3W speakers ; Compact design ; All controls on product

Best in a blackout ; Lacks contrast ; Slow processor ; No Android app ; Unreliable wireless display software

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BenQ GP10 review

 

Has good image quality and range of connection ports, but limited 3D capability

The BenQ GP10 has its limitations, but 3D issues aside it’s still a good home cinema projector. There's plenty of scope for connecting multiple devices and the GP10’s picture quality is good considering its price. It wins a Budget Buy award.

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BenQ GP10

 

An ultra-portable projector that's actually bright enough to be usable. Result.

Excellent brightness for a small projector ; Good sharpness ; Flexible connectivity

Black level response isn't great ; It runs a bit noisily ; Not a native 16:9 aspect ratio

One last interesting aspect of the GP10’s setup features is its list of picture presets. For these include a Cinema mode, clearly showing that BenQ doesn’t just expect its new portable model to be used for business.

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BenQ GP10 projector

 

Projectors are slowly coming down in price and can offer you a much bigger picture than some top-end TVs: take BenQ's GP10 for example, a compact LED-based projector that's designed to throw out a huge image at a short distance, making it perfect for...

For slightly northwards of £450, the BenQ GP10 gives you a lot of bang for your buck, especially if you've got a small area that you want to boost with a huge image. We're pleased with its brightness and sharp quality, and its built-in speakers are a...

Expert review by:

BenQ GP10 projector

 

Projectors are slowly coming down in price and can offer you a much bigger picture than some top-end TVs: take BenQ's GP10 for example, a compact LED-based projector that's designed to throw out a huge image at a short distance, making it perfect for...

BenQ promises that its compact GP10 is ideal for throwing up a large image at close-range, and it doesn't disappoint. From just a metre away, you can be treated to a massive 40-inch picture and it can go even bigger when pulling the projector away....

While we're fans of the big image thrown up at a short range, there's one thing we're not too keen on, especially when in close proximity: the GP10 is particularly loud. Once you've switched it on, it sounds like there's a jet engine in your room,...

For slightly northwards of £450, the BenQ GP10 gives you a lot of bang for your buck, especially if you've got a small area that you want to boost with a huge image. We're pleased with its brightness and sharp quality, and its built-in speakers are a...

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