With an ever-growing lineup of projectors hitting the market in the past few years, those with incredible image quality are the only ones to stand out from the competition. Equipped with state-of-the-art DLP technology and casting a Cinematic Color Rec. 709 picture quality, the BenQ HT3050 is one of the best projectors on the market priced just under $1,000.
The downsides to many consumer grade projectors are many: their picture quality is far less superior than their LCD Smart TV counterparts; and their pricey bulbs need replacing every few thousand hours of use. By introducing its ProBeam HD Laser Projector (HF80JA) to the highly competitive DLP market, LG has eliminated all of the concerns of picture quality and costly bulb replacements. LG’s newest projector lets you enjoy the HD movie experience without worrying about image quality or the duration of your equipment.
For the budget-friendly consumer wanting all of the bells and whistles that come with DLP projector technology without compromising image quality, look no further than the Optoma HD142X. Priced right around $550, this HD projector competes with the more expensive BenQ HT3050 and Viewsonic PRO7827HD devices with only a few subtle differences when it comes to image brightness, color balancing, and contrast.
First introduced at CES 2016, Tipron – a mobile robot projector – is the brainchild of Japanese smart device manufacturer Cerevo. Capable of beaming an 80-inch screen onto any wall in your home from approximately 10 feet away (3 meters), Tipron is an app-controlled smart projector designed to roll into action whenever the family craves their media fix.