BenQ has introduced its W1500 projector, which features wireless streaming from WHDI devices and an emphasis on color performance.
Although its dark-room picture quality rivals projectors near its price, the Mitsubishi HC7900DW's low light output contributes to making it a worse value.
We appreciated many aspects of the Mitsibishi HC7900DW DLP projector's picture, but its limited light output, and thus limited versatility, hurt its value proposition.
In this projector tech head-to-head-to-head, what's the best pick for your dollar?
Is 70 inches too small for your television viewing? Consider stepping up to the Mitsubishi 840 series, a 92-inch 3D DLP rear-projection TV. It can be yours for just $5,999.
If you've got an extra $32,000 laying around, you can get the first DLP projector to use LEDs, courtesy of Sim2.
Packed with intense brightness, an abundant feature set, and a minuscule price tag, the Dell 1200MP is ideal for business presentations on a tight budget, but it could face competition from higher-resolution XGA projectors.
Optoma has started shipping its new PK120 Pico projector that's powered by a new Texas Instruments chipset and costs a reasonable $249.
Clearly one of the best buys in the budget SVGA projector market, the Dell 1100MP offers good performance and great features.
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Owners of the discontinued sets who have the ability to watch content in 3D, but don't have the adapters to pull it off, can now do so with the help of a kit from Tru3D.