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We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in projectors.

BenQ TK800 Review

With gorgeous 4K picture, 3000 lumens of brightness, and effective HDR performance, the BenQ TK800 projector is an affordable home cinema monster that you don’t have to place in a completely darkened room. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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BenQ TK800 Review

  • 3,000 lumens of brightness
  • Gorgeous color accuracy in cinema mode
  • Solid HDR performance
  • Great value
  • Color can be blown out at highest brightness
Our Score 9

Optoma UHD50 Projector Review

  • Astonishing color accuracy
  • Very bright
  • Easy to set up
  • Superb value
  • Loud fan in smaller rooms

BenQ HT2550 Review

  • Outstanding color accuracy
  • Revealing HDR performance
  • Impressive brightness
  • Excellent Value
  • Light and compact
  • Black levels could use improvement
Our Score 9

Epson Home Cinema 1450 Review

  • Great brightness and color
  • Simultaneous dual display support
  • Increased lamp life
  • Lower-cost replacement lamps
  • Low fan noise
  • Finicky auto-Iris and geometric correction
  • No 4K support
Our Score 8

Philips Screeneo Review

  • Extremely portable
  • Easy setup
  • Short throw distance
  • Great color, decent contrast
  • Built-in Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/3D/
  • Constantly needs reframing
  • Slight buzz in sleep mode
  • Jagged corner in projection
  • Expensive considering annoyances
Our Score 7

BenQ HT1075 Review

  • Outstanding color and brightness
  • Easy setup
  • User-friendly interface
  • Surprisingly loud speaker system
  • Bright backlit remote
  • Wireless kit is a pricey add-on
  • DLP “rainbow effect” may bother some
  • Tends to run warm
Our Score 9

BenQ W1500 Review

  • Wireless HDMI included
  • Vertical lens shift
  • Short throw for big image at short distance
  • Flexible placement
  • Excellent brightness
  • Loss of shadow detail
  • Set up of wireless HDMI is a hassle
  • Some rainbow effect for sensitive viewers
Our Score 8

Epson Powerlite Cinema 3020e Review

  • Wireless HDMI transmission
  • Excellent contrast
  • Good shadow detail
  • Vivid color
  • 2 pair RF 3D glasses included
  • Dual-screen capable
  • Black levels could be better
  • No lens shifting
  • Long start-up time
Our Score 9