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  1. Epson EH-TW9200W

    Epson EH-TW9200W

    Reviewed on 3rd March 2014
    Price when reviewed £3000

    It’s not the showstopper we hoped for, but this beautifully built projector is still an entertaining watch

  2. ViewSonic Pro8200

    ViewSonic Pro8200

    Reviewed on 23rd December 2013
    Price when reviewed £740

    A good bargain for the price, but the poor contrast leaves us disappointed

  3. BenQ W1080ST

    BenQ W1080ST

    Reviewed on 13th November 2013
    Price when reviewed £850

    A sharp and exciting picture that’s great for a compact home cinema room

  4. Epson EH-TW6100W

    Epson EH-TW6100W

    Reviewed on 15th October 2013
    Price when reviewed £1600

    Best projector £1000-£2000, Awards 2013. A bright, clear and detailed picture: the Epson EH-TW6100W is a stunner

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  5. BenQ W1070

    BenQ W1070

    Reviewed on 10th May 2013
    Price when reviewed £760

    The sharp and clear picture impresses, but lack of subtlety in dark scenes and motion issues hamper this budget offering

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  7. Epson EH-TW5910

    Epson EH-TW5910

    Reviewed on 2nd May 2013
    Price when reviewed £900

    Product of the Year, Awards 2013. Exciting and immersive, this Epson projector is still as impressive as ever

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  8. InFocus IN3118HD

    InFocus IN3118HD

    Reviewed on 13th April 2013
    Price when reviewed £990

    Despite a few niggles, the IN3118HD is a bright and capable projector

  9. Optoma HD25

    Optoma HD25

    Reviewed on 5th April 2013
    Price when reviewed £800

    Eager to please and equally pleasing to watch, the HD25 is a great budget option

  10. JVC DLA-X35BE


    Reviewed on 8th March 2013
    Price when reviewed £3000

    Good but not great, this JVC has plenty of appeal if you like bright, colourful pictures

  11. Sony VPL-HW50ES

    Sony VPL-HW50ES

    Reviewed on 29th October 2012
    Price when reviewed £3000

    A brilliant example of why the big-screen home cinema experience can’t be beaten