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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.
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.
BenQ’s much-anticipated laser line-up brings some of the industry’s best technology to the more accessible end of the market. With the LH720, LH770, LK952 and LK953ST even those with a more restricted budget can start to reap the benefits of a laser light source for the first time.
The time has finally come for Sony to roll out its new home cinema projector range. With native 4K SXRD panels, HDMI 18GB per second bandwidth and unique Sony processing perks such as 4K motion flow and enhanced reality creation, the VW270ES, VW570ES and VW870ES are set to make an impression.
Sony’s VPL-VW270ES offers consumers some of the highest quality performance available in the projector world. With native 4K image quality, HDMI 18GB per second bandwidth and unique Sony processing modifications such as 4K motion flow, it’s set to impress those in the market for exceptional home cinema experiences.
Sony’s impressive VPL-VW570ES makes a strong addition to the brand’s new range of native 4K projectors. With 4K SXRD panels, HDMI 18GB per second bandwidth and unique Sony processing modifications such as 4K motion flow and enhanced reality creation, many are eager to take a closer look.
If you’re looking at investing in a decent projector, you’re going to want the best tech for your money. Is the native 4K offering of the Sony VW260ES your best option – or could your money be better spent elsewhere? Here’s what you need to know.