This entry-level projector aims to turn any wall into a big-screen TV for the Nintendo Switch.
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.
Despite some small issues with its software, the Nebula Mars is a compact portable cinema that largely delivers on its promises.
The iRulu BL20 delivers a big picture for cheap, but you're better off saving for something better.
Want a triple-digit-sized Sony 4K screen but can't quite swing the 60 grand Sony wants for its 100-inch LCD TV? Here's your answer.
The prototype projector uses color cues and in-game images to turn any room into an immersive experience.
The tiny LG ProBeam HF80J offers a 2000 lumen image in addition to smart TV features.
The Epson Home Cinema 1040 offers a relatively high brightness for an entry-level, full HD projector and includes two HDMI ports.
If you can afford the JVC DLA-X700R -- and the dedicated room, high-quality screen, and professional calibration required to make it shine -- its spectacular picture quality is worth the steep investment.
The TouchPico projector and sensor takes your favorite Android apps from a small screen to a wall or table.
The Sony VPL-HW50ES costs more than most TVs, but for a fantastic big-screen cinema experience in the home it's a very good value.
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.
The JVC DLA-HD1 projector does a lot of things very well at a reasonable price for a 1080p projector. If JVC were to improve color accuracy, it would be a world-class product.
Although stylish and affordable for a 1080p projector, the Mitsubishi HC5000's black level failings prevent it from earning our recommendation.