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  1. Optoma EP1690 review

    Optoma EP1690 review

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    Widescreen laptops have changed the mobile landscape so much it's expected within the next 12 months you won't be able to buy a laptop with a 4:3 aspect ratio screen

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    Panasonic PT-AE900 review

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    Panasonic has been a long-standing champion of LCD technology for home video, even while it sold DLP projectors into the professional market. Its current model is the PT-AE900.

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    Hitachi PJ-TX200 review

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    It's the joint cheapest projector in this grouptest, it claims a remarkable contrast ratio of 7000:1, and it's beautifully designed to boot. But is the award-winning Hitachi's LCD-based PJTX200 still a top performer?

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    Samsung SP-H710AE review

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    First the obvious: this PJ is ruddy massive. It completely fills my test room's projector mount, and probably occupies three to four times the volume of, say, the £3,500 ProjectionDesign Action Model 2

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    Optoma ThemeScene HD72i review

    Optoma ThemeScene HD72i review

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    Here is a new projector from the respected house of Optoma, which appears to just about have it all. First it is HD compatible, second it has a rich feature set and finally it is keenly priced. What more could you ask?

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    ViewSonic PJ256D review

    ViewSonic PJ256D review

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    Ultraportable data projectors are becoming increasingly common, largely due to the use of DLP (Digital Light Processing) chips from Texas Instruments with the Viewsonic PJ256D being the latest addition

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    Optoma EP910 review

    Optoma EP910 review

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    High-definition is upon us. While the TV industry has managed to get its act together and offer displays, the projector world still flounders to match this productivity at the budget end, where units don't cost much more than large CRT displays.

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    Optoma EP716R review

    Optoma EP716R review

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    The Optoma EP716R is essentially an upgrade of the machine firstoffered last year. With an increased brightness of 2200 ANSI lumens, this is an incredibly bright projector, especially considering the price

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    InFocus IN76 review

    InFocus IN76 review

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    We're glad that there seems to be a move back to black for home entertainment equipment and it lightens our heart to see the latest InFocus 720p projector unit come with black styling

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    Sharp XV-Z3000 review

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    For a company probably best known for its LCD TVs, it's surprising that Sharp favours DLP over LCD for its projectors. But that's certainly not to say that Sharp doesn't know what makes a DLP projector tick...

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    BenQ W100 review

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    Last year we reviewed another BenQ projector, the PE5120, which was a decent DLP model at a previously unprecedented £500. Now it has done it again. The W100 is the replacement for the PE5120

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    Hitachi CP-RX60 review

    Hitachi CP-RX60 review

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    The Hitachi CP-RX60 is a stylish LCD projector that offers 1024 x 768 XGA resolution for a low price that is just over the £600 mark. One oddity is that the kettle-type power cord plugs into the right-hand side, rather than the rear of the projector

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    Dell 3400MP Pro review

    Dell 3400MP Pro review

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    The Dell 3400MP Pro is so tiny that when you pack it away in its smart carry case, it measures almost exactly the same size some of the bigger projectors on the market today. It comes as no surprise that the Dell is rather noisy

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    Canon LV-S4 review

    Canon LV-S4 review

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    Canon is aiming the LV-S4 at the education market, where cost and compatibility with a range of older computers is essential. Therefore, what we find are standard connections and a clear amount of labelling

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    Viewsonic PJ458D review

    Viewsonic PJ458D review

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    With the ViewSonic PJ458D we found that its projected image very harsh on the eye and uncomfortable to view. ViewSonic tells us that it uses a 0.55-inch DMD in the DLP mechanism of the PJ458D to achieve the 1024 x 768-pixel XGA resolution

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    Projectiondesign Action! Model Two review

    Projectiondesign Action! Model Two review

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    Formed in 2001, ProjectionDesign might not have been around for long, but the quality of its products has already earned it a reputation many better-known AV companies would die for.

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    Sony VPL-VW100 review

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    Sony's new VPL-VW100 projector has caught us rather on the hop. For while we have come across its ground-breaking new 'SXRD' technology before, it was on a crazily high-end machine costing upwards of £20k

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    Sanyo PLV-Z4 review

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    Sanyo has a proud history of punching above its perceived weight in the projector department. Its latest LCD effort,the PLV-Z4, is at the vanguard of a new wave of affordable HD Ready models and boasts an HDMI input,1,000 ANSI Lumens brightness

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    Epson EMP-TW600 review

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    Regular readers of Home Cinema Choice will already know that LCD - so often the poor relation to DLP in the home cinema world - is currently enjoying a new lease of life.

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