1. Sony VPL-HW20

    Sony VPL-HW20

    There's a lot to like with Sony's VPL-HW20, including an easy set-up and good insight, but some may find its images lack excitement

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  2. Sony VPL-VW90ES

    Sony VPL-VW90ES

    At first glance it looks horribly expensive, but the Sony VPL-VW90ES offers the best 3D picture we've seen, and is easy to set up too

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  3. Epson EH-TW3600

    Epson EH-TW3600

    As an entry level projector, we can't recommend Epson's extremely capable '3600 enough. You'd need to spend a lot more to get better than this

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  4. Runco LightStyle LS-5

    Runco LightStyle LS-5

    Get past the price and you'll see that the Runco LightStyle LS-5 is a glorious performer that works magic with movies

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  5. BenQ W1000+

    BenQ W1000+

    Although we weren't the biggest fans of the W1000, a price-drop and some tweaks make the W1000+ a very tasty option

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  7. 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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  8. Sanyo PLV-Z4000

    Sanyo PLV-Z4000

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

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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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