Overview of Hardware
Although the white casing of the GT760 is indicative of it being made for a ceiling install, I find it to be better suited as a table-mounted “projector on the go” unless you are planning to install this in your conference room. The main reasons are its portability, and the manually adjustable focus. The GT760 is pretty lightweight when compared to the typical HT projector. This makes it ideal to stash along with a collapsible projection screen when you need the space. This alone has a huge value factor for the gamers lair.
Since your typical gamer’s demographic is generally people under 30, there is a high likelihood that they are either living in a rented space, dormitory, barracks, etc. as stated earlier. Therefore, don’t get any ambitious installation plans over this just yet. The adjustable focus is so simple that my 10-year old figured it out by herself. (She dialed it in nicely, BTW.) However, it’s never fun to make manual adjustments on a ceiling mounted projector. This is probably a non-issue to many but for some reason, it really messes with my OCD, especially when I slightly nudge it off axis in the process.
End note on the subject, it has a ±40° vertical keystone correction that will accommodate you nicely in either a ceiling or tabletop installation. The weight is only 5.9 lbs. which isn’t bad for a compact projector that puts out this much light. Its physical dimensions are 11.3” wide, 3.9” high and 9.6” deep making it an easy armful but not cumbersome by any means for what it is.
There is also a single 2W speaker built-in.