Projector News and Industry Commentary

Bulletins about upcoming product reviews and releases, tradeshows, new technology and advanced product features as well as our thoughts and observations on all things related to projectors.

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InfoComm 2016: What a show

The big InfoComm 2016 trade show wrapped up on Friday in Las Vegas...more

INFOCOMM in Las Vegas this week

Judging from the intensity of the pre-show buzz, this year's InfoComm trade show happening this week in Las Vegas looks like one of the bigger projector trade show events in a while.more

New reviews posted

Video gamers who want a small and very fast mobile projector will want to check out the lightning quick 17 ms input lag on the Philips PPX4010...more

Upcoming reviews in process

We’ve just posted Allan’s review of the new Casio XJ-F210WN, a 3500 lumen LED/Laser hybrid projector with 20,000 hour light engine. This 1280x800 data projector is designed to give low total cost of ownership over 10,000 to 20,000 hours of use. See upcoming reviews in process...more

Ambient Light Screen Review posted

We have completed and posted a review of eleven current and popular ambient light rejection (ALR) screens...more

ALR Screen review coming soon

The long-awaited Ambient Light Rejection screen review is in its final stages. We are doing some fact checking with vendors, but at this point I expect the review to be posted later next week.more

CES roundup -- notes from Las Vegas

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas just wrapped up this weekend. Here are the most noteworthy developments in the world of projectors...more

Review schedule update

We've arrived at the holiday break with a lot of review activity in the mill...more

Reviews in the mix...

As always, a lot of new home theater projectors hit the market this time of year, so lots of reviews are lined up...more

Sub-$1000 Home Theater Shootout

Five new 1080p home theater projectors have come to market in the last couple of months and here is how they stack up...more