The Home Cinema 5050UB is a big, bright, colorful and all-around excellent home theater projector.
If you can afford it, the VPL-VW325ES offers an absolutely stunning image. The OLED TV of projectors.
Pint-sized projector produces plentiful plus-sized picturesque programs.
The 2250 is an excellent all-around projector, let down only slightly by detail and its price.
With two lasers, 4K and a gorgeous case, the HU810P is a fantastic projector somewhat let down by its contrast ratio and high price.
The Nebula Solar might have 1080p and Android TV, but in every other way comes up short next to its smaller portable sibling.
Panasonic's first 3D projector, the Osaka-built PT-AE7000E, doesn't disappoint except for the distracting judder on panning shots.
With JVC speakers and a DVD player built-in, Epson's EMP-TWD1 provides all you need for a home cinema experience.
The TW20 is a good choice for the first-time home projector buyer.
Don't go in the water.
If you’re a home theatre enthusiast looking for a cream of the crop projector, then the Sony VPL-VW100 is hard to pass.
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.
Its price point will put it beyond the reach of many, but the D80 projector can be summed up in one simple word. Wow.
If you're looking for value for money in a stylish package, Hitachi's PJ-TX200 LCD projector may suit you.
The Mitsubishi HC1100 DLP projector delivers surprisingly sharp HD projected images at a very compelling price point.
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.
The Epson EMP-DM1 is a manageable size and would be a reasonable purchase as a projector to bring out on special occasions but the overall picture quality and lack of a lens shift feature let it down.
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.