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All Specifications


  • Brightness (ANSI lumens)
  • Resolution
    1080P (1920x1080)
  • Native Aspect Ratio
  • Contrast Ratio (FOFO)
  • Display Color
    24-bit (16.7 million colors)
  • Light Source
  • Light Source Life
    a. Normal 20000 hrs, b. ECO 30000 hrs
  • Optical

  • Throw Ratio
  • Zoom Ratio
  • Lens
    F/#=1.9; f=19.65mm
  • Projection Offset (Full-Height)
  • Keystone Adjustment
    2D, (Auto) Vertical ± 20 degrees, Horizontal ±30 degrees, Rotation ± 30 degrees(distance to the wall by projection direction: within 2M); 2D, (Manual) Vertical & Horizontal & Rotation ± 40 degrees
  • Picture

  • Rec. 709 Coverage
  • Picture Modes
    Custom, HDR Custom, HDR Night Shift, HDR Vibrant, HLG Custom, Night Shift, Vibrant, Bright, Cinema, Game, HDR Cinema, HDR Game, HLG
  • Compatibility

  • Input Lag
    22.4ms (1080P 60Hz)
  • Resolution Support
    VGA (640 x 480) to 4K UHD (3840 x 2160)
  • Horizontal Frequency
  • Vertical Scan Rate
  • I/O Interface

  • HDMI in
    (x1), HDMI-1 (2.0b/HDCP2.3)
  • USB Type A
    (x1), USB Type A-1 (2.0/Power Supply1.0A/Reader/FW Upgrade)
  • USB Type C
    Display Port/ PD in 20V-2.25A to 5A/ PD out 5V-2A, 9V-2A, 12V-1.5A, 15V1.2A/ Reader, (x1)
  • Audio

  • Speaker
    (x2), 4W
  • Woofer
    10W Chamber
  • Audio out (3.5mm Mini Jack)
  • HDMI Audio Return
    ARC, 5.1 channel
  • Environment

  • Operating Temperature
  • Power Supply
    AC 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz
  • Typical Power Consumption (110V)
    85W@100 ~ 240VAC
  • Stand-by Power Consumption
  • Network Stand-by Power Consumption
  • Acoustic Noise (Typ./Eco.)(dB)
  • Accessories

  • Carry Bag
  • Remote Control w/ Battery
  • Power Cord (by region)
    x1 (1.8M)
  • Quick Start Guide
    (x1) 1L
  • Warranty Card (by region)
  • Onscreen Display

  • Launcher
    Smart Home
  • Smart System

  • Built-in OS
    Yes, Google TV (Android 11)
  • Bluetooth
    Yes, Bluetooth 5.0
  • Wi-Fi Standard
    802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4G/5G)
  • Wireless Projection
    AirPlay, Google Cast
  • Preload Apps
    BenQ Projector Assistant/ Screen Sharing for iOS/ BenQ Notification/ BenQ User Dashboard/ BenQ Remote Control Updater/ VLC
  • Dimension & Weight

  • Dimensions (WxHxD) (mm)
    130.0 x 211.2 x 191.4
  • Net Weight (kg)
  • Dimensions (WxHXD) (inch)
    5.12 x 8.31 x 7.54
  • Net Weight (lb)
  • Projection System

  • Projection System
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    • Can I use voice control on the projector through Google Assistant?

      Yes. Google Assistant can be used to access apps in areas where its available. The projector comes with a Bluetooth remote control. Make sure the remote control is connected to the projector via Bluetooth, and then hold the mic button on the remote control to start a voice search.

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    • Will I be able to use my Chromecast / Amazon Fire / Roku / Apple TV?

      Yes. You can connect the device to the projector's HDMI port.

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    • Can I cast YouTube videos onto the projector with Android or iOS devices without connecting to the same Wi-Fi?

      Yes, you just need to set up the YouTube app setting between the projector and the mobile device using the steps below. Please click and follow the instructions below, or read on to learn more about this topic.

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    • If I enable the keystone function in the projector, will the input lag be impacted?

      Yes, since image processing is required for the keystone function, input lag will be slightly longer but not affecting the smoothness in games when the keystone is enabled. Latency will hardly be noticeable with keystone function enabled, as lag time merely increase no more than 1 frame (4ms~16ms).

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    • Is wireless projection possible in a Wi-Fi-less environment?

      Screen sharing in a Wi-Fi-less environment can be set up via the three different setup scenarios and the subsequent instructions described below.

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    • What are the differences between the GV11, GV30, GV31, and GV50 projectors?

      The key feature for the GV series is a free-rotation angle which provides a laid-back movie viewing experience. The differences between the GV11, GV30, GV31, and GV50 lie in their resolutions, brightness, and the methods of projection angle adjustment. The GV50 is the most up-to-date model with 1080p resolution, 500 ANSI lumens, officially certified Netflix content, and the most convenient way to have comprehensive projection angle adjustments for bedroom cinema enjoyment.

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    • Does the GV50 or GV31 projector come with a carrying case?

      No, the GV50 or GV31 projector does not come with a carrying case in its original packing. You can purchase one separately on the BenQ website.

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    • Can I use a single USB-C cable to connect the projector to a Nintendo Switch?

      Yes, you can connect the projector to a Nintendo Switch via a single USB-C cable. The projector will support direct streaming from the Nintendo Switch to the screen while charging the Nintendo Switch at the same time. This feature works only when the adapter is plugged in.

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    • Does the projector support screen-mirroring from a smartphone or laptop via a USB-C cable?

      Yes, this feature is supported, but please note that devices connected via the USB-C port require a USB-C cable and must support DisplayPort Alt Mode (version 1.1 or above) to project videos. In terms of the specifications for the USB-C cable, please choose a cable with USB-IF certification.

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    • Can the projector use other cables?

      Yes, you can connect to the projector using an HDMI or USB-C (for mobile devices or laptops which support DisplayPort) cable.

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