Top home theatre projectors of 2010

We've put together a guide to the best home theatre projectors that came out in 2010

Buying a home theatre projector gets you a picture that's much bigger than even the largest plasma television. We've put together a a guide to the best home theatre projectors from 2010.

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BenQ Australia SP890

BenQ's SP890 is a jack-of-all-trades multimedia projector that can display presentations and slideshows in a brightly lit room as well as reproducing Full HD movies with good contrast levels. It's not the best performer we've seen for either task, but if you're not looking for picture-perfect images or very high brightness levels then it's worth considering.

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  • 15th Oct., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • BenQ Australia
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  • Pros:
  • Good detail levels, high brightness is useful for presentations
  • Cons:
  • High levels of digital noise, overly sharp in default settings
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