TOP 15 Projectors
Optoma doesn't cut corners with this entry-level UHD/3D hero. Images are sharp, colour-rich and dynamic.
Adding a laser to Sony's SXRD projection technology and processing talents reaps performance and usability rewards. Strong competition above/below this price, though.
This entertaining all-purpose movie and games projector is cinematic when it needs to be, but offers low-lag gaming too. Darbee processing proves a welcome extra.
It may not be strictly 4K, but for the price it produces stunning detail and clarity for a wide range of purposes..
Although it will face stiff competition from new JVC models, the more affordable VPL-VW270ES is good enough to more than hold its own.
Offering 2160p pixel density and better than HD resolution, this big Epson is fabulously filmic. A large screen thriller... provided you've got the room.
Offering strong contrast, rich colours and crisp detail, this laser 4K debutant is a step forward in DLP home cinema projection technology. Not a budget option, though.
This native 4K projector offers a top-flight UHD performance; it’s not the brightest model around, but in a dedicated cinema it shines.
While the Nero 4S is a bit lacking in black level with SDR sources, it’s in an absolute class of its own with 4K HDR. Premium cinema owners should hunt one down.
“It’s a decent 4K projector that does well with movies and HDR TV shows.” - Led Wayline
Alexa integration is nothing to shout home about, but as a low-cost 4K home cinema projector this glossy Acer is worth a closer look.
This 4K HDR projector may not be for hardcore cinephiles, but its ultra-short-throw design works superbly well and performance dazzles with Blu-ray and SDR 4K.
Breathtaking with bright imagery, razor-sharp, and a maestro with motion, but there's work to be done on how well the Nero 4 UHD adapts to the full gamut of HDR content.
Finally a 4K projector for the rest of us. Limited contrast (and HDR impact) but strong colours, quiet operation and UHD detail make this Acer an appealing option.