We've got a lot of home theater projector reviews in the works at the moment. Here is the schedule...
First, we have just received the Optoma UHD50 ($1499), which is the final 4K projector in the low priced niche we've been waiting for. We can now finish up reviews of the BenQ HT2550 ($1499), the ViewSonic PX727-4K ($1299) with a good idea of how they stack up. We will write individual reviews and also a comparative shootout. These will begin to appear on the site in the next few days.
Also David Stone is hard at work on a major evaluation of about eight 1080p projectors under $700...the best of the entry level projectors for home theater. This will be one of the biggest round ups of a group of projectors we've ever done, and they will all be posted in the next two to three weeks.
After that, David is going to do a comparative shootout of 1080p home theater projectors in the $750 to $900 price range. This will include the BenQ HT2050A and Epson Home Cinema 2150, but we are still finalizing a couple other models as well.
In addition, Allan Abbott is finishing up a look at the very unique LG HF85JA, which is an Ultra Short Throw, 20,000 hour Laser-driven 1080p projector priced at $1799. That review should appear next week some time.
So we will be reviewing at least 15 home theater models priced in the range of $500 to $1800, both 1080p and 4K, during the month of March. We are definitely busier than usual for this time of year.