The ViewSonic PJD6381 3D projector is a good example of a product whose designers haven't quite thought things through.
The BenQ SP890 may masquerade as a 1080p home theatre projector, but its high asking price and poor black levels mean that it's better suited to well-heeled motivational speakers.
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.
Epson is using a new 3LCD reflective panel technology to get extremely high contrast ratios to pump up the image quality in its new projector range.
HP's ep9010 is an all-in-one home cinema projector with a built-in DVD player, subwoofer and 2.1 channel sound.
Don't go in the water.
The BenQ Joybee GP1 is a small and impressive LED pico-projector, but you'll pay handsomely for the "wow" factor.
Sanyo's projector is notable for the inclusion of wireless connectivity, but not much else.
If you’re a home theatre enthusiast looking for a cream of the crop projector, then the Sony VPL-VW100 is hard to pass.
Acer's built an impressive looking projector. The images it throws out, however, are less impressive than we'd like.
The Sony VPLHW15 may cost you more than a budget 1080p, but the images it presents make it well worth the money.
Ever dreamt of hosting summer movie screenings in the backyard? Then the HandiTheatre may just be the ticket for you — if you can stomach the price, that is.
Sanyo's Z3 is an excellent LCD projector for watching widescreen DVDs and High Definition television (HDTV), provided you have a digital set-top box.
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.