The Panasonic PT-AX200E is an easy to use, flexible projector that provides excellent resolution for both data and movies. However, this powerful unit is only a minor, if cheaper, upgrade of its predecessor and lacks full high definition.
The PT-AX100E is similar to Panasonic's award winning PT-AE900, it keeps all the excellent visuals only this time it's twice as bright. An excellent projector for the money.
The TW20 is a good choice for the first-time home projector buyer.
Those looking at taking their first step into projector-ownership but don't want to spend too much money will do well to consider the BenQ W100.
Acer's pico projector ticks all the boxes for a portable projector, but fuzzy images and poor focus control make it an annoying projector to use.
Its price point will put it beyond the reach of many, but the D80 projector can be summed up in one simple word. Wow.
Mitsubishi pushes the entry level price point of 1080p projectors even lower with the HC4900. It's a very solid contender that's made all the more appealing by its asking price.
Projector specialist InFocus has dropped the ScreenPlay tag from its home theatre line-up with the new -Play Big" range. The IN72 is the entry model in the series.
Mitsubish's HC5000 isn't the prettiest projector on the block, but the images it delivers certainly are.
The Epson Dreamio EMP-TW10H is a good way for those on a budget to enjoy widescreen DVDs at home.
If you're uninterested in 3D, then the Panasonic PT-AR100EA home-theatre projector is worth a close look — as long as you have a large projection screen and a quality Blu-ray player.
The HD image quality of this Mitsubishi and its longer lamp life are the keys to this projector's appeal. If you can forgive a few minor shortcomings, the HC3800 is an excellent choice among the current affordable 1080p crop.
Sim2's first foray into the entry level projector space isn't exactly cheap, or for that matter pretty. But the Domino D10 looks great where it really counts.
For image quality, ease of set-up and its HD widescreen capabilities, this projector leaves many of its more fancied and more expensive competitors for dead.
The Epson EH-TW3500 rewards the viewer with sumptuous, bright and highly involving images and is decidedly competitive at this price.
If outstanding home cinema is what you’re after, then Panasonic’s PT-AE900 is a superb choice for the price.
The BenQ W1000 DLP projector can be had for the same price as a 42-inch LCD but will give you much better bang for your buck.
With aggressive pricing, excellent performance and WirelessHD, the Epson EH-TW9000W home theatre projector is a high-quality bargain.