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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.

LG HU80KA laser projector review

With the built-in smart TV functionality and the versatility to be set on the floor or placed on a mount like a more traditional projector, LG’s HU80KA laser projector takes the pain out of cinema-style viewing. And it… See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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LG HU80KA Review

  • Easy to set-up
  • Built-in smart TV functionality
  • Clear, beautiful 4K HDR image
  • Easy to transport
  • Laser projection means finite use time
Our Score 9

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