Is the largest TV still too small for you? This is just one case, when a projector makes more sense than TV. The BenQ GV1 falls into the group of so-called short throw data-projectors and it can accommodate a minimum distance from the canvas of 0,9 m, which falls below the projection picture showing within a 1 metre distance. It is therefore appropriate in an environment, when you are looking for a compromise between the diagonal image, projection distance and brightness or you need to be closer to the projection canvas.
The BenQ GV1 Projector shines with an intensity of 200ANSI lm. So, the projector is only suitable to use in rooms where light can be totally excluded. Then you just have to install the projector by using the mounting Table.
The quality of projected films is affected by the the resolution. The BenQ GV1 projects with a resolution of 854 × 480 px for an image size of up to 254 cm. The colour administration is ensured by DLP technology. It is known mainly for smooth images without flickering and the rich, dark black shades. The weaker aspects are the complexity of the technology itself or the audible rotation of the colour wheel inside.