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Projectors

ViewSonic Pro8200 DLP projector
REVIEW

ViewSonic Pro8200 DLP projector

The ViewSonic Pro8200 may seem "cheap and cheerful," but its sub-par image quality against rivals makes it a worse value.

2 stars Editors' rating on 1 April 2014
Optoma Neo-i DLP projector
REVIEW

Optoma Neo-i DLP projector

Though its design stretches the definition of "pico" projector, the Optoma Neo-i's inclusion of an iPod/iPhone dock along and its semirespectable image and sound quality help put it ahead of many competing small, casual video projectors.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on 8 March 2011

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Sony VPL-VW90ES
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Sony VPL-VW90ES

Sony's first 3D projector is a high-end treat. The SXRD light engine is as sharp as a sushi knife, and we didn't spot any picture-spoiling 3D crosstalk effects. If you really want to watch 3D movies at home, you need to buy one of these.

5 stars Editors' rating on 13 December 2010

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Sony Bravia VPL-HW15
REVIEW

Sony Bravia VPL-HW15

With its fast response time and ability to deliver exceptionally fine detail, Sony's latest SXRD projector, the Bravia VPL-HW15, provides a truly spectacular way to watch the World Cup -- or anything else for that matter

4 stars Editors' rating on 20 May 2010

Typical price: £2,100.00

Vivitek H1085
REVIEW

Vivitek H1085

If you only cough up £990 for a projector, you'll clearly have to accept a compromise or two. But the Vivitek H1085 will force fewer compromises on you than you might expect, making it a surprisingly enjoyable option for casual users on a budget

3.5 stars Editors' rating on 20 May 2010
5 stars User rating out of 1 vote

Typical price: £990.00

Epson EH-TW2900
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Epson EH-TW2900

While Epson's main focus this year seems to be on the higher end, higher-price section of the projection market, its mid-range TW2900 actually turns out to be a really quite exceptional bargain, delivering far more features and football-friendly quality than you've any right to expect for a mere £1,200

4 stars Editors' rating on 20 May 2010

Typical price: £1,200.00

Panasonic PT-AE4000
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Panasonic PT-AE4000

The AE4000 doesn't improve quite as much as we'd like over last year's equivalent Panasonic model, but it's easily the most flexible projector in its class. We still couldn't get totally perfect pictures out of it despite that, but it's nonetheless a very accomplished machine that will leave tinkerers in seventh heaven

4 stars Editors' rating on 19 May 2010

Typical price: £2,000.00

JVC DLA-HD350
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JVC DLA-HD350

JVC's DLA-HD350 improves even further on the remarkable black-level achievements of the ground-breaking DLA-HD1. If you couple that with the HD350's extreme sharpness and better brightness, you end up with a projector that -- although not perfect, and short of a feature or two -- is a bargain of gargantuan proportions

4.5 stars Editors' rating on 28 January 2009

Typical price: £3,400.00

Sony VPL-VW40
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Sony VPL-VW40

We had our doubts about whether Sony could really translate its undoubtedly impressive SXRD technology down to the sub-£2,500 level. Thankfully, all of the things that make SXRD special really are present on the entry-level VPL-VW40, even if there are one or two little imperfections in other areas

3.5 stars Editors' rating on 18 July 2008

Typical price: £2,300.00

Samsung SP-A800B
REVIEW

Samsung SP-A800B

It's clear that Samsung has nurtured the A800B into being with plenty of love and devotion, even going so far as to call in a renowned picture quality expert to help them 'tune' its colour performance for movies. But although the A800B certainly sparkles in some ways, it feels just off today's fast-moving projection pace

3.5 stars Editors' rating on 17 July 2008

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