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  1. ProjectionDesign Action! M20 review

    ProjectionDesign Action! M20 review

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    BrilliantColor is not something PD has cobbled together over a weekend. In fact, the company claims to have developed it hand-in-hand with thecreator of DLP technology, Texas Instruments

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    ViewSonic PJ258D review

    ViewSonic PJ258D review

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    While Viewsonic's earlier 'made for iPod' LCD monitor failed to live up to its claims, there's no need to doubt the company's latest iPod-accessorised projector. Popping it into the provided zip case, you can carry it around in a shoulder bag

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    Planar PD7060 review

    Planar PD7060 review

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    Only recently we exclusively reviewed Planar's first UK home cinema projector, the PD7010 - and concluded that we were 'licking our lips inanticipation of what else the new brand might have up its sleeve'

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    Sharp XV-Z21000 review

    Sharp XV-Z21000 review

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    As LCD and plasma flat screens advance in leaps and bounds, video projectors progress in tandem. High-definition has become the new measuring point for picture quality, and it now takes something a bit special to stand out from the pack.

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    Projection Design Action! MII Wide review

    Projection Design Action! MII Wide review

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    Sadly, we're not all lucky enough to have rooms big enough to accommodate a projector. Or are we? For thanks to Norwegian projector specialist Projection Design, you can now buy the Action! Model Two Wide with its short-throw 1:1 lens

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    Sony KDS-70R2000 review

    Sony KDS-70R2000 review

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    It's not often that we look at rear-projection TVs, but we couldn't resist this giant 70in screen. Size aside, the 70R2000 is far from ugly. Connections include two HDMIs, two component video inputs, a PC input, a CI slot and a digital audio output

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    Planar PD7010 review

    Planar PD7010 review

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    With profit margins tumbling, it's a brave company that's willing to risk entering the UK's home cinema market right now. Yet that's precisely what US outfit Planar is doing - and the PD7010 is a stunning statement of intent

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    Panasonic PT-AE1000 review

    Panasonic PT-AE1000 review

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    While LCD technology has done great business at the lower end of the projection market, examples of high-end LCD offerings have been few and far between. Yet that's precisely what we have on our test bench

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    Toshiba TDP-ET20 review

    Toshiba TDP-ET20 review

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    Most projectors need to be a long way from the screen to deliver massive pictures, but not this DLP model from Toshiba. It uses an ultra short-focus lens to generate a 2.5m (100in) image when placed just 1.3m from the screen

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    Sim2 Domino 80 review

    Sim2 Domino 80 review

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    Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution and 1080p native support are the latest 'big things' in the upmarket projector world, and this hasn't gone unnoticed by the Italian display specialist SIM2

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    Optoma EP772 review

    Optoma EP772 review

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    You've seen us gushing almost uncontrollably about Sony's value-packed effort. Sadly, we can't do quite the same for this box from Optoma, despite its obvious power. And it's all because of a sheer visual comparison

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    InFocus IN78 review

    InFocus IN78 review

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    The IN78 is strikingly attractive in a high gloss black-base finish wrapped around a curvaceous body. The design's highly practical too, as the main body is set atop a tilting, rotating foot mount that should prove helpful during set up

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    InFocus In76 review

    InFocus In76 review

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    Infocus' IN76 projector is the manufacturer's replacement for its impressive Screenplay 5700, and the first bit of good news is that the IN76 costs a sizable £700 less than its predecessor...

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    JVC DLA-HD1 review

    JVC DLA-HD1 review

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    Although we hate to start with a cliché, there really has never been a more exciting time to buy a projector. For what used to be essentially a head-to-head contest between the rival DLP and LCD technologies has now become a four-horse race

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    Epson EMP-TW700 review

    Epson EMP-TW700 review

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    With a proud heritage in sensibly priced home cinema projection behind it, fans could be forgiven for having high hopes for Epson's latest LCD contender. Although not the swankiest looker around, Epson's TW700 is far from ugly

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    Sony VPL-VW50 review

    Sony VPL-VW50 review

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    Two technologies have dominated the projector market in recent years: LCD and DLP, but there's a further pretender to the throne - Sony's SXRD technology. Thus far, the market hasn't been too affected due to the high-end nature of Sony's alternative.

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    Sanyo PLV-Z5 review

    Sanyo PLV-Z5 review

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    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

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    Sim2 Domino D35 review

    Sim2 Domino D35 review

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    Here's a company whose reputation is hard to separate from both high prices and quality projectors. At £3,000, Sim2's D35 is hardly cheap, but from its substantial, sophisticated appearance you know straight away that it means serious business

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    Samsung SP-H710AE review

    Samsung SP-H710AE review

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    This is Samsung's debut DLP front projector and it's not a piece of kit you're going to easily miss with its hefty bulk demanding a permanent and secure home. That said, its silver design is attractive and sleek enough to not offend the eye

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