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BenQ CineHome HT2050A

Excellent performance and plenty of features should put this at the top of anyone's sub-$1,000 projector wishlist.

Anker Nebula Mars II Pro

Pint-sized projector produces plentiful plus-sized picturesque programs.

Brookstone HDMI Pocket Projector

While it has a few small shortcomings and is somewhat pricey at $300, the sleekly designed Brookstone HDMI Pocket Projector is one of the better 2012 pico projectors.

Epson Dreamio EMP-TW10H

The Epson Dreamio EMP-TW10H is a good way for those on a budget to enjoy widescreen DVDs at home.

Sim2 Domino 80

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 HC1100

The Mitsubishi HC1100 DLP projector delivers surprisingly sharp HD projected images at a very compelling price point.

Acer C20 Pico Projector

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.

Sim2 Domino D10

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.

Epson EMP-TW20

The TW20 is a good choice for the first-time home projector buyer.

Epson EH-TW4000

The Epson EH-TW4000 is a 3LCD 1080p projector, which boasts black levels similar to more expensive DLP projector and now features a 100Hz mode.

Panasonic PT-AX100E

Panasonic's PT-AX100E is the best projector we've seen at this price. It's fully featured, easy to use and capable of excellent performance in practically any lighting conditions

Panasonic PT-AX200E

The AX200E isn't quite good enough at showing films to answer all the prayers of cash-strapped home cinema fans, but it certainly succeeds as a 'fun' option for the more casual big-screen user, especially if they're into console games

Dell 2300MP

While it may be very cheap, the fact this isn't a native widescreen display will turn most cinema fans cold, and the image lacks the brightness needed to cope with most living conditions. If you've got your heart set on a projector, be prepared to spend more

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

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

Toshiba TDP-ET20

Toshiba's ET20 is a one-stop solution for watching big screen films in a small space. You need less than a metre to plug-and-play with integrated DVD player and speakers, but images are average and the sound is almost irrelevant

iRulu BL20

The iRulu BL20 delivers a big picture for cheap, but you're better off saving for something better.

Epson LS100

The $3,000 Epson LS100 is an ultra-short-throw laser projector designed to appeal to people who want a truly gigantic screen without needing a big, dark room to put it in.

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