1. BenQ W6500

    BenQ W6500

    It might be short on looks, but the BenQ W6500 is a fine projector, although there are definitely issues with motion

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  2. Sanyo PLV-Z4000

    Sanyo PLV-Z4000

    The Sanyo PLV-Z4000 is an impressive projector but it suffers from motion sickness

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  3. Sanyo PLV-Z800

    Sanyo PLV-Z800

    Best projector up to £1500, Awards 2010. A great-value way to get a 300in Full HD picture at home

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  4. Epson EH-TW4400

    Epson EH-TW4400

    Best projector £1500-£2500, Awards 2012. Well specified, a doddle to set up and the picture is great

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  5. Epson TW-3500

    Epson TW-3500

    This Epson is certainly a solid and very user-friendly performer, with a natural, detailed, sharp picture

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  7. Epson EH-TW5500

    Epson EH-TW5500

    If you can get this Epson for a good price, then you've landed yourself a bargain; it's not the best in class, but it's still rather tasty

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  8. InFocus ScreenPlay SP8602

    InFocus ScreenPlay SP8602

    This new DLP provides a welcome return to form for InFocus since the award-winning IN80 back in 2008

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  9. Sony VPL-VW85

    Sony VPL-VW85

    There's no denying we like this Sony projector, but at nearly £5000 it loses out on that coveted fifth star

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  10. JVC DLA-HD550

    JVC DLA-HD550

    Projector Product of the Year, Awards 2010. Great value, sensational pictures – it all adds up to a superlative projector

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  11. SIM2 Mico 50

    SIM2 Mico 50

    This really is a first-class projector, in just about every way, but the question is, can you afford it?

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