Best projectors of 2010

These are the best home theatre, business and portable data projectors we've reviewed in 2010.

We've put together a list of the best projectors we've seen this year. Whether it's for home entertainment, business use or for portable projection, these models are at the top of the game.

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BenQ W6000

BenQ'S W6000 projector is exceptionally bright for a home theatre unit, offering a reasonable compromise between colour accuracy and overall light output. It's versatile enough to be used in both dark and bright rooms, and picture quality is good enough to please both average users and enthusiasts.

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  • 22nd March, 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • BenQ
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  • Pros:
  • 2500 ANSI lumen output in maximum brightness mode, good colour reproduction
  • Cons:
  • Dynamic iris' operation is very occasionally visible

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