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Hisense H100LDA Laser TV Hands-on Review – First Look

The Hisense H100LDA isn’t exactly your typical TV. For a start, it has a 100-inch screen. It also uses a laser to light its pictures,

Sony VPL-VW760ES Review : The best 15 grand you’ll ever spend.

Pros Stunning picture quality Good value for the quality on offer Easy to set up and use Cons Not as bright as TVs with HDR

AAXA P6 Battery Powered Projector Review

The problem with portable televisions is simple. They’re either too small to be practical, or too bulky and fragile to really be portable. By contrast,

Epson EH-LS100 Review

Pros  Remarkably bright pictures remain watchable in ambient light  Very affordable for a laser projector  Convenient ultra short-throw design Cons  Black levels are below par

Acer V6810 Review

Pros  Remarkably cheap for a ‘4K’ projector  Pictures really look 4K in resolution  Strong colour performance Cons  Uninspiring black levels  Judder with 24p sources  Colour

Snapdragon XR1: Qualcomm’s play for affordable standalone AR and VR

Qualcomm has revealed its latest chipset, the Snapdragon XR1, but rather than phones it’s intended for Extended Reality headsets like AR smartglasses and untethered VR.

Vivitek H5098 Review

Pros Excellent colour performance About as sharp as a projected HD picture can get impressive motion handling Cons Mediocre black levels Some distracting rainbow effect

Optoma UHD40 Review

Pros  Pictures genuinely look 4K  Surprisingly and consistently enjoyable HDR pictures  Remarkably good value Cons  Black levels are average  Occasional rainbow effect  No real support

BenQ HT2550 Projector Review

4K video is made to be seen on very large screens, and projectors are the cheapest way to do that. High-end models from Sony are out of

Wejoy Mini Projector Review: Most Compact and Smart Projector

Another day, another bliss of technology. Ever Heard of Wejoy Mini Projector? Now enjoy a pocket theatre experience. Gone were the days when projectors were only

Vivitek HK2288 Review

Pros  Impressively consistent and watchable HDR pictures  Manageable size and attractive design  Good value for what it offers Cons  Clipping with very bright picture areas

BenQ W1700 Review

Pros  Crisp, sharp, detailed 4K playback  Surprisingly bright with HDR sources  Great value for what’s on offer Cons  Black levels could be better  Some colour

HD27 Home Entertainment Projector Review

Our Verdict The Optoma HD27 is geared towards casual gamers who’d prefer the comforts of the living room over the traditional setup. It’s fairly lightweight

BenQ GS1 Review

Pros Watchable pictures in all but direct sunlight Cute, practical design Surprisingly rich feature list – including Wi-Fi and Android OS Cons Black levels are

Sony VPL-VW260ES Review

Pros Genuine 4K resolution Sensibly handled HDR Motorised, high-zoom lens Cons Black levels aren’t the greatest More expensive than some pseudo-4K options Only delivers limited

BenQ MH530FHD review

OUR VERDICT Expect sharp lines, vivid colors and exceptionally bright output. The BenQ MH530FHD is a reliable workhorse for projected imagery, whatever your projection needs

Sim2 Nero 4 UHD Review

Pros Beautifully designed Outstanding HDR on occasion Consistently outstanding SDR pictures Isn’t actually expensive for such a highly specified projector Cons Evidence of rainbow effect

Aaxa M5 Mini Projector review

OUR VERDICT While the M5 manages to deliver the headline brightness figure that Aaxa claims, this projector does so by almost ignoring basic requirements for

Aukey Projector review

OUR VERDICT Aukey has produced a nifty projector which is very portable, and offers a useful (albeit somewhat buggy) spin on Android, as well as

Vivitek Qumi Q3 Plus review

OUR VERDICT A novel ultra-portable projector that’s slightly let down by a buggy Android OS and the limitations of putting a 500 Lumens LED inside

Optoma UHD65 review

Two technologies have become vital for getting the most out of the latest movies and TV shows – 4K resolution, and High Dynamic Range (HDR). But

Nebula Mars Portable Cinema review

The Good: The Nebula Mars is a compact portable projector that delivers decent video quality for its size, and has built-in sound via dual 10W

Optoma UHD60 projector review

OUR VERDICT In a world where we’ve become accustomed to the idea of having to spend at least $5000 for a decent native 4K projector,

Acer V7850 review

PROS Compact design Highly detailed images Low operating noise CONS Doesn’t do deep black Struggles to deliver ultra-fine 4K detail Not HLG HDR/Dolby Vision compatible

Optoma GT1080Darbee review

PROS Good picture quality for games and films Decent value for what it offers Darbee processing works well without adding much gaming lag CONS Dynamic

Epson EH-TW9300W review

PROS Fantastic SDR picture quality Surprisingly good HDR picture quality Remarkable value for what’s on offer CONS Some odd connection limitations Runs quite loudly in

Acer V9800 review

PROS Stunning UHD image clarity Effective HDR presentation Vibrant colour rendering CONS Limited black level Doesn’t support 3D Not HLG HDR/Dolby Vision compatible KEY FEATURES

JVC DLA-Z1 4K Laser Projector Review : JVC finally deliver native 4K and laser but at what cost?

The Good Sharp 4K image Very bright Extremely wide colour gamut Great HDR performance for a projector Good greyscale and gamma Accurate colours The Bad

BenQ X12000 review : Is the world’s first native 4K DLP projector any good?

PROS 4K images look stunningly detailed Beautiful colour management Bright pictures CONS Black levels could be better Rainbow effect can be distracting 60Hz motion artefacts

Viewsonic PRO7827HD review

THE GOOD: The Viewsonic PRO7827HD has very good overall image quality with superb black levels and contrast for the money. A shorter-throw lens helps it