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Sanyo's Z Series LCD projectors have given us some cracking 1080p models at aggressive price points – and now there's a new flagship. The Z4000 keeps to the formula and packs in high-end features like optical lens shift, while the price hits a new low.
When it comes to display technology wars there's a heck of a lot more going on aside from just plasma and LCD. Enter the world of projectors and there's no shortage of acronyms squabbling for your attention.
The Z5 doesn't look very special, to be honest. It's a chunky affair with nothing significant in its sculpting or finish to make it stand out.It certainly does stand out when it comes to connections, though
With its experience in LCD technology, the PLV-Z5 commands our attention as Sanyo's most affordable HD model. For around £1,650, it boasts some impressive premium features, especially in the socket drawer
When it comes to watching high definition, the bigger the screen you watch it on, the more impressive it looks. That's precisely why we love HD Ready projectors so much - especially when they're as affordable as the £1,645 Sanyo PLV-Z5.
Luckily for the consumer, the HD-ready gold rush has had the knock-on effect of causing the price of high definition kit to plummet. And mid-range projectors are no exception
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