BenQ Debuts New Gaming Projector and Monitors at CES

At next week’s CES, BenQ will launch thebenq-gamers-0112 next generation of its popular mini projector, the BenQ Joybee GP2 (in the same black and white housing as the GP1). The GP2 is a 720p-capable projector with an integrated iPhone/iPod dock, a three-hour battery pack, 2GB of on-board memory storage, plus HDMI and VGA ports. It’s aimed at gamers in HomeAV with 200 ANSI lumen brightness and it can project up to a 160-inch image.

In addition, BenQ will also launch two new 120 Hz, 3D first-person shooter (FPS) monitors at CES — the XL2420T and XL2420TX. Offering the ultimate FPS gaming experience, the new XL Series monitors were co-developed by prominent Counter-Strike legends Emil “HeatoN” Christensen, Abdisamad “SpawN” Mohamed, Tommy “Potti” Ingemarsson, Christer “fisker” Eriksson, and Michael “ahl” Korduner, as well as UMX_Xanver from ZOWIE GEAR, an innovative manufacturer of high-end professional gaming gear. Through this collaboration, the XL Series models not only hold the fundamental key to FPS gaming success, but also possess exclusive features meticulously thought out to provide FPS gamers with the ultimate sense of ease and control. Some unique features include Black eQualizer color engine technology to allow gamers to brighten the image display without over-exposing white levels and a stylish S Switch controller to allow users to switch swiftly between customized display settings for gaming and entertainment.

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