A great DLP projector with plenty of display options, but it costs more than the equivalent LCD competition
A surprising amount of features for the price, but the resolution and below-average image quality means it isn't such a bargain
The SP840 is clearly designed for use in well-lit public areas, but the rainbow effect and high price were more than enough to put us off.
Benq’s W1000+ is a great choice if you want the flexibility to use a projector in a lit room, but you can get better image quality for this price.
The EW2420 has a VA TFT panel with a glossy finish, and stunning still image quality, but moving images suffer from ghosting.
Excellent contrast and great viewing angles, but colours are a little cold and power consumption isn't as low as other LED monitors.
Image quality is unremarkable, but the low power consumption and adjustable stand mean this 24in LED monitor is still a good choice for some.
The G920WL has good contrast, natural colours and a functional design, but the low resolution and two year warranty let it down
A brilliant follow-up to the incredible G2220HD, the G2222HDL has an LED backlight for a brighter picture, and still has great contrast and vibrant colours.
This inexpensive 720p projector has great picture quality for its price and is a perfect first step into the world of home cinema.