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  1. Sony VPL-HW30ES review

    Sony VPL-HW30ES review

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    Sony's second-generation 3D projector is a sensation, regardless of dimension

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    Sony VPL-VW90ES 3D Projector review

    Sony VPL-VW90ES 3D Projector review

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    Many TV addicts are sceptical of domestic 3D. There's just not enough content available to compensate for the general inconvenience of having to wear special glasses, particularly if you like to multitask. Surfing on a laptop or snarfing custard creams are both devilishly difficult to achieve from behind Active Shutter lenses.

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    Sony VPL-HW20 review

    Sony VPL-HW20 review

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    Sony reinvents its exclusive SXRD wheel with its new projector

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    Sony VPL-VW200 review

    Sony VPL-VW200 review

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    Sony continues to beaver away with its proprietary LCD projection technology despite increasing pressure from both the LCD and DLP camps.

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    Sony VPL-VW60 review

    Sony VPL-VW60 review

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    The VW60 is a wonderful projector. In my opinion, it's one of the most 'filmic' PJs you can buy for under £5,000. Although little has been added to the features roster of the illustrious VW50, marginal improvements have been made on the picture quality front

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    Sony KDS-70R2000 review

    Sony KDS-70R2000 review

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    It would be hard to pass this off as an ordinary TV. You could stand a giant next to it and pretend it's a 37-incher but giants don't exist and if they did few of them would have £4,000 to spend on a 70in TV

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    Sony KDS-70R2000 review

    Sony KDS-70R2000 review

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    Rear projection is dead, apparently, murdered by its flat rivals LCD and plasma. But if this is really the case, then the 70R2000 is one hell of a zombie. For not only is Sony's latest TV resolutely rear-projecting, but it's also a massive 70-inch model

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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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    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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    Sony VPL-VW50 review

    Sony VPL-VW50 review

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    We've long admired Sony's SXRD projection technology, first on the company's Qualia 004, and then on the 'Ruby' VPL-VW100. Now the Pearl has come along, delivering the technology at a price point that doesn't make our eyes water

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    Sony KDS-70R2000 review

    Sony KDS-70R2000 review

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    Now here's something we don't see every day: a high-end microdisplay rear-projection TV. The irresistible rise of the flat TV seems to have murdered the rear-pro mass market. But that's all changed, for this is simply the best rear-projection TV ever made

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    Sony VPL-VW50 review

    Sony VPL-VW50 review

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    There is a third high definition projection route: Sony's SXRD technology, or the catchily titled Silicon X-Tal Reflective Display, to use its proper name. This is Sony's latest model to feature this alternative to DLP

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    Sony VPL-ES3 review

    Sony VPL-ES3 review

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    We thought we'd seen the last projectors with a sub 500:1 contrast ratio, but incredibly we're testing one from Sony, the self-styled king of home entertainment. Based on long standing polysilicon LCD technology, this SVGA budget projector...

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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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    Sony VPL-VW100 review

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    Almost exactly two years ago during a trip to Japan I had my world rocked by a Sony variation of LCOS (liquid crystal on silicon). Dubbed SXRD, the system - built into the Qualia 004 projector - delivered simply astonishing results.

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    Sony VPL-HS20 review

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    On paper, Sony's Cineza projector concept rocks: affordable, designer models designed to appeal to ordinary, non-technical home cinema fans. Some early models even shipped with a free screen!

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    Sony Cineza VPL-HS3 review

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    Sony's Cineza VPL-HS3 projector arrives with the weight of expectation on its shoulders. As well as being the third generation of Sony's groundbreaking Cineza home projector concept, with its unparalleled living-room friendliness...

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