With ever-increasing hours’ worth of 4K content to catch up on and more and more local lockdowns coming into force, why not bring the cinema home with the Epson EH-TW7000?
Cinemas might have reopened, but in this COVID-19 landscape we can all do our part by staying socially distant with home cinema setups and small scale socialising at home over a blockbuster film.
Great advances in home cinema tech are making 4K projectors more accessible for consumers than ever before. Here are some of the top 4K models worth considering today.
There are projectors that keep pushing the boundaries in both image resolution and overall performance, so as the end of the year approaches, here’s a useful summary of our experts’ selection of the best home cinema projectors from 2019.
As we draw to the end of 2019, we’ve been crunching the numbers, to see what trends are shaping the projector industry, particularly when it comes to the demands of big business.
For that unbeatable 4K UHD home cinema experience, you need to choose your home cinema projector system wisely. Here are a couple of home cinema projectors by BenQ, offering high-resolution images at excellent prices.
Projector technology has come in leaps and bounds – the X10-4K by ViewSonic offers you high-quality performance for those impromptu sport-event gatherings or extra-special movie nights at a very respectable price. To top it all off, it’s portable and wireless. No need to worry about cables and remotes or a dedicated, permanently dark, home cinema room.
A colour space is a specific organisation of colours that can affect the accuracy of colour in your projected images. We’ve outlined what you need to know about colour spaces when it comes to buying your next home or office projector.
HDR, or high dynamic range, is a term used in the projector world to describe the quality of projected images – but what exactly does it mean? Here’s a guide of everything you need to know about HDR.