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ViewSonic PJ402D

The ViewSonic PJ402D is a small, lightweight projector targeted at the home and small office markets. Designed to function in either a brightly lit office or a home theatre environment, the machine boasts a 2000:1 contrast ratio and a 1600 ANSI lumen...

Sony VPLES2 projector

Portable projectors are most commonly used for boardroom presentations; however, they are also frequently packed into carry bags and shipped home for weekend movie sessions.

Sharp SharpVision XV-Z2000

Sharp's SharpVision XV-Z2000 projector home theatre projector is a serious piece of kit, boasting multiple inputs, outstanding image quality and extremely quiet operation.

Sanyo PLVZ3 Projector

Sanyo's PLVZ3 LCD-based home theatre projector offers compelling features for the movie buff. The model has a 16:9 aspect ratio at a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution (720p), with an 800 ANSI-lumen brightness rating and 2000:1 contrast ratio.

HP sb21 Digital Projector

HP's sb21 Digital Projector is clearly pitched at a mobile presenter. It's one of the smallest projectors we've ever seen, weighing in at just 1.2kg and measuring a tiny 14 x 20 x 6cm. The packaging even includes a small setup card explaining how to ...

Epson EMP-TW500

Epson's impressive EMP-TW500 unit runs at a native resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels at a 16:9 aspect ratio, making it perfect for playing back 720p content without having to scale the image. As a result, any footage at this resolution looks fantastic,...

BenQ PE5120

BenQ managed to sell more projectors than any other vendor in Australia through the second quarter of 2005, and with models like the PE5120, it's easy to see why. The PE5120 fits into BenQ's Home Entertainment Series and features a white chassis with...

BenQ PB6110

BenQ's diminutive black PB6110 projector is designed to fill a range of functions. It measures 26 x 10 x 22 cm and weighs in at 2.7kg, and is designed for portability; BenQ has even included a carry bag in the packaging.

Acer PH110

The Acer PH110 is physically small, measuring just 265 x 198 x 92mm and weighing a mere 2.3kg, making it easy to transport between rooms in the house. The silver-and-white projector features a recessed lens to protect it from shunts during transporta...

Motorola Razr V3

Motorola's Razr V3 mobile phone is a stunning piece of industrial design. The slim clamshell model is sleek and elegant, boasting an anodised aluminium cover, VGA camera, quad-band compatibility and Bluetooth support. A colour screen occupies most of...

RIM BlackBerry 7290

The BlackBerry phenomenon has the ability to change work habits permanently. The system allows users to collect email anywhere there's network coverage, and this creates a huge amount of flexibility for anyone who has to be connected for work. Initia...

ViewSonic VX924

The performance of ViewSonic's VX924 is a mixed bag. It boasts impressive specs, but the image doesn't quite live up to expectations.

Sony SDM-HS95P

Sony's SDM-HS95P TFT monitor is visually striking, featuring smooth curves and a graphite-toned easel stand that allows tilt adjustment. The monitor can't be raised or lowered, but it includes VESA brackets so it can be mounted to a display stand or ...

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