Find a Projector Projector Forums Login


Top 10

Where to Buy


News & Articles

Projector Reviews

Hundreds of projector reviews for home theater, business and classroom projectors, including reviews of all the latest 4K projectors. Let our reviewers tell you what's hot and what's not in projectors made for your particular needs.

Sort By
  • Large Venue

    The Barco G62-W14 is spec'd to deliver 11,500 ANSI lumens to screens in an auditorium, lecture hall, or house of worship. It has a relatively small footprint and light weight for its class, and Barco offers an excellent assortment of lenses.

  • Conference Room

    At 6,400 rated ANSI lumens, the Sony VPL-PHZ61 is surprisingly bright for its size and weight, while coming in at an attractive street price under $3,500.

  • Pico

    The Yaber Pico T1 projector is an unusually slim portable, about the size of a smartphone, though with 540p resolution and relatively low brightness you can't be too ambitious with image size or bright viewing conditions.

  • Conference Room

    2023 Highly RecommendedThe ASUS ProArt A1 is the sole projector in the ASUS ProArt line, and also the world's first Calman-Verified projector for creative professionals, exhibits, or education.

  • Conference Room

    The Sharp/NEC NP-PE456USL is a 4,500-lumen, 3LCD WUXGA projector with a tight short-throw lens that's a good fit for challenging installations in business, education, museum, retail, and entertainment markets.

  • Conference Room

    The LG ProBeam BU53PST short-throw 4K projector includes a built-in webOS browser, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. It's a true bargain for its resolution and brightness class at $4,299.

  • Portable

    The ASUS ZenBeam Latte L1 DLP pico projector is a small and light 720p solution with Wi-Fi capabilities good for a quick movie, presentation, or Zoom set up. Unfortunately, its low brightness limits its utility.

  • Home Theater

    The LG PF510Q is a highly portable, 1080p LED mini projector equipped with LG's webOS and other unexpected features, though its 450-lumen brightness may limit its use to darker environments.

  • Large Venue

    Epson's re-imagining of it Pro Series large venue projectors has resulted in the compact EB-PU2216, a 16,000-lumen powerhouse with a range of features not found on competing models.

  • Large Venue

    The Optoma ZU920TST is a short-throw, WUXGA laser projector with a cost-effective, permanently attached lens and a powerful 8,200 ANSI lumens of light output. It's a great solution for schools, businesses, houses of worship, and even golf simulators.

    Projector Central
  • Large Venue

    With 7,000 ISO lumens, the remarkably light and compact Panasonic PT-VMZ71 WUXGA laser projector offers surprisingly high brightness for its $3,899 cost, making it a winning choice for small- to mid-sized classrooms and conference rooms.

  • Large Venue

    The Sony VPL-FHZ85 3LCD laser projector for business and classroom use is rated for 7,300 ANSI lumens and automatically cleans its own filter for the duration of its low-maintenance lifetime.

  • MSRP: $909

    Conference Room

    With 4,200 ANSI lumens from a long-life, 10,000-hour lamp, the InFocus IN1026 is an affordable WXGA, 3LCD projector for classrooms and boardrooms.

  • Conference Room

    The $699 ViewSonic LS550WH is a good budget option for a solid state, short throw conference room or classroom projector. It's suitably sharp and shows good color accuracy in its best mode, though frequent rainbow artifacts may be an issue for some.