The pictures aren’t going to do the GIGABYTE Brix BXPi3-4010 projector justice, low light photography isn’t my strong suit and my camera isn’t designed for this type of image capturing. With that being said, I was thoroughly impressed with the projector and the quality of the images. The above screen shot from the Brix projector was caught while I was running the benchmarks, it’s projected against the white wall in my office and it looked great.
This image of the Legit Reviews home page was taken with the lights on and the projector nine feet away from the wall. Overall it was still real easy to read and everything was real clear. With the Brix nine feet away the screen measured from corner to corner was 77″.
With the lights turned off the screen was easier to photograph but really didn’t improve the screen quality to much for me.
I pulled the GIGABYTE Brix back to the limits of my office which is just over 12′ wall to wall, the display was still real easy to read and was still plenty clear. Measuring corner to corner we had a viewing area of 99″.