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  1. Acer Pico C120 review

    Acer Pico C120 review

    7  

    Less is more on this astonishingly small DLP LED Pico projector

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    Vivitek D511 review

    Vivitek D511 review

    8  

    A 3D ready projector offering great price and performance

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    Optoma EW330 review

    Optoma EW330 review

    8  

    Can a projector designed for life on the road still offer good image quality?

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    Epson EB-W7 review

    Epson EB-W7 review

    7  

    A smart design for a good all-rounder from Epson

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    Acer S5200 review

    Acer S5200 review

    7  

    A large, feature-rich data projector

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    Optoma EP728 review

    Optoma EP728 review

    8  

    The Optoma EP728 stands out from the competition because of its small size and weight. When packed in its carry case it is half the size of most rival projectors, which will be welcome news to anyone who has to take a projector on the road. Despite the small size, this is a regular DLP projector with an XGA resolution that can be resized to a widescreen image of 1400 x 1050 pixels.

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    ViewSonic PJ551D review

    ViewSonic PJ551D review

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    ViewSonic has built its PJ551D around a 0.55-inch DLP chip that offers the same native resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels as the other projectors in this group. It lets the side down slightly as the maximum resolution can only be stretched to 1280 x 1024 pixels, rather than the widescreen 1400 x 1050 pixels that is offered by the more versatile Acer and Optoma projectors.

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    Infocus IN2104 review

    Infocus IN2104 review

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    InFocus takes the prize for 'heaviest contender', as its IN2104 tips the scales at 3.1kg. Its slabby looks add to the impression of a bulky projector, despite it having the same dimensions as many rival models.

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    Epson EMP-X5 review

    Epson EMP-X5 review

    7  

    As one of the developers of LCD technology for data projectors, Epson doesn't offer any other type of machine.

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    Dell Projector 1800MP review

    Dell Projector 1800MP review

    7  

    In a similar move to laptop prices, data projectors are now more affordable than ever, and the Dell Projector 1800MP (£586 inc. VAT) is a great example.

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    Acer P1265 review

    Acer P1265 review

    7  

    The Acer P1265 is a smart DLP projector that has a black casing with some neat styling details that lift it above the average

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    Viewsonic PJ758 review

    Viewsonic PJ758 review

    7  

    Viewsonic sent us its PJ758, which is typically the sort of data projector that you install in a meeting room or lecture hall, as it is rather too large and heavy to carry around. The 3.5kg chassis is large, but it also manages to host the widest array of ports of any machine here.

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    Optoma EP7155 review

    Optoma EP7155 review

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    This data projector comes in a tiny box and is a very light 1.4kg. It's so small the tiny carry case has a compartment for the cables that is almost as big as the section for the projector itself.

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    InFocus Work Big IN24+ review

    InFocus Work Big IN24+ review

    6  

    If you're looking for a real budget-priced data projector, the InFocus Work Big IN24+ (£310 inc. VAT) has to be the perfect machine for you. It's incredibly cheap, so you won't be surprised to learn that InFocus has cut a few corners, starting with the SVGA resolution.

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    Hitachi CP-RX70 review

    Hitachi CP-RX70 review

    8  

    Hitachi has put a low price on the CP-RX70 and in return you get a package that is minimalist in the extreme

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    InFocus IN10 review

    InFocus IN10 review

    8  

    The design of data projectors hasn't changed in recent times and the InFocus IN10 (£800 inc. VAT) sports a similar design to the machine it's replacing. However, what has changed are its internal controllers and the overall picture quality

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    Viewsonic PJ358 review

    Viewsonic PJ358 review

    7  

    Last month we turned our attention to a pair of portable projectors, and declared one of them 'eminently luggable'. While we would still be happy to sling that model around our necks, we'd be far more inclined to take this one on the road.

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    Optoma DX733 review

    Optoma DX733 review

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    If the Optoma DX733 was judged on looks and styling alone it would be a hands-down winner. The casing is two-tone silver with a curved bulge to accommodate the lens housing, while the control buttons are neatly and logically laid out

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    InFocus IN26 Plus review

    InFocus IN26 Plus review

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    The InFocus IN26 plus is an amended version of the IN26 which has the brightness rating boosted from 1700 to 2200 ANSI lumens.The styling is very boxy, with a flat top that has the 12 control buttons set into the surface

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    BenQ MP611 review

    BenQ MP611 review

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    The BenQ MP611 stands out in a number of respects. For one thing, it is dark blue in colour, which is certainly unusual, and the nine metal control buttons look stylish and smart

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