Sony, Epson, and JVC have announced new projectors for the home. All are brighter than their predecessors, some are 4K, and one has lasers.
Sony, Epson and JVC have all release new projectors for the home, and all promise higher brightness and improved performance. Several are even 4K. One has lasers.
Every September more than 200,000 people flock to Germany's capital to get a first look at a variety of new gadgets, from cell phones to appliances.
In projectors designed for both the cinema and at home, lasers are starting to replace traditional lamps as the light source of choice. This is potentially awesome. Here's why.
A unique laser light engine helps the Epson PowerLite ProCinema LS10000 achieve picture quality that rivals the best projectors we've tested.
Sony's VPL-VW350ES is the cheapest true 4K projector yet, and it proves that good-quality 4K content on a 120-inch diagonal screen truly does outstrip the detail you can get from 1080p Blu-ray.
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Lenovo's new DLP projector with speakers casts movies on a wall, a shirt, or your cat. And it's coming this spring.
Lenovo's pocket-size projector pairs with an Android phone and beams an image up to 110 inches high.
The Lenovo Pocket Projector lets you share photos, videos and presentations from your phone.
Take one hotspot. Now cram in a Pico projector and a giant battery. Voila! You've got the S Pro 2, unveiled at CES 2015.
At CES 2015, ZTE takes a second shot with its Spro 2, combining a personal hotspot with an image projector.