The Great Technology War: LCD vs. DLP. This article reviews all of the advantages and limitations of both LCD and DLP technology so you can determine which is best for you. The industry moves so fast that this is the fourth major update of that article in the last two years. Also recently posted on the home page is our Special Report on Texas Instruments' lab test that compared LCD and DLP technologies for comparative longevity and stability. This represents our position on the subject, and hopefully will answer many of your questions about it.">The Great Technology War: LCD vs. DLP. This article reviews all of the advantages and limitations of both LCD and DLP technology so you can determine which is best for you. The industry moves so fast that this is the fourth major update of that article in the last two years. Also recently posted on the home page is our Special Report on Texas Instruments' lab test that compared LCD and DLP technologies for comparative longevity and stability. This represents our position on the subject, and hopefully will answer many of your questions about it.">The Great Technology War: LCD vs. DLP. This article reviews all of the advantages and limitations of both LCD and DLP technology so you can determine which is best for you. The industry moves so fast that this is the fourth major update of that article in the last two years. Also recently posted on the home page is our Special Report on Texas Instruments' lab test that compared LCD and DLP technologies for comparative longevity and stability. This represents our position on the subject, and hopefully will answer many of your questions about it.">The Great Technology War: LCD vs. DLP. This article reviews all of the advantages and limitations of both LCD and DLP technology so you can determine which is best for you. The industry moves so fast that this is the fourth major update of that article in the last two years. Also recently posted on the home page is our Special Report on Texas Instruments' lab test that compared LCD and DLP technologies for comparative longevity and stability. This represents our position on the subject, and hopefully will answer many of your questions about it."/>
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We have just rewritten and updated The Great Technology War: LCD vs. DLP. This article reviews all of the advantages and limitations of both LCD and DLP technology so you can determine which is best for you. The industry moves so fast that this is the fourth major update of that article in the last two years.

Also recently posted on the home page is our Special Report on Texas Instruments' lab test that compared LCD and DLP technologies for comparative longevity and stability. This represents our position on the subject, and hopefully will answer many of your questions about it.

For those waiting for the Optoma H76 review, we still do not have a review unit from Optoma. HOWEVER....we have high hopes based upon the latest indications from Optoma that we will have one next week.

Meanwhile, we do have the $999 Epson S1 in house. That review should be up before the end of the week.

Speaking of Epson, there is a bizarre rumor floating around that the highly popular Epson TW100 has been discontinued. It is a mystery to us where these strange notions come from, but there isn't any truth to it at all. The TW100 is a hot machine, we love it, and we continue to give it our enthusiastic highest recommendation.

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