ViewSonic's new PJD6531w projector is being heralded as the cheapest way of joining the 3D revolution.

The company is calling their new 3D-ready DLP projector their "future-proof" flagship model, with capabilities that allow it to be used in almost any environment for any purpose.

And ringing in at between £600 and £630 it is sitting practically at the top of the affordability ladder for those seeking to bring 3D into their home cinemas, even when you account for the £50-100 outlay for a pair of viewing glasses.

ViewSonic spokesman, James Coulson said, "It is perfect for watching the latest blockbuster, delivering an award-winning presentation or maybe watching England win the World Cup.

"It is also future-proof as it can handle upcoming innovations in display technology thanks to the 3D-ready DLP chipset and 120Hz display and will be Nvidia certified at the end of May."

The projector can display a 60 inch image from a 2-metre throw, with a resolution of 1,280x800. The 3,000 lumen lamp provides a brighter than average home cinema picture and, when used in Eco-mode, should last 6,000 hours. Weighing in at 2.5kg the device is not too cumbersome to be easily portable.