The Xgimi Horizon Pro offers all sorts of keen features, from 4K resolution to auto focus, and only the fussiest videophiles can knock its image quality.
The Epson EX3280 offers low resolution by today's standards, but delivers vibrant color for presentations, sufficiently crisp images, and even watchable movies from a portable projector that's bright enough to stand up to ambient light.
The Epson Pro EX10000 delivers a bright enough image to stand up to ambient light in a large conference room or classroom, but the quality of that image may not justify the steep price tag.
The Epson Pro EX9240 projects presentations with vibrant color, good color accuracy, and sufficient brightness for a large conference room or classroom. However, poor contrast limits its usability for photorealistic images.
The BenQ GS2 gets enough right—image quality, water resistance, easy setup—to make it worth considering. But disappointing onboard audio and flawed built-in streaming keep it from being a slam-dunk pick for a portable entertainment projector.
The Optoma UHD35 home entertainment projector delivers a bright, 4K (3,840-by-2,160) picture at large size, low input lag for gaming, and Full HD 3D. It's well suited to movies, video, or gaming in a family room with ambient light.
The RFV Milano is a minimalist projector at a minimal price. It's small enough for quick setup as needed, and delivers a watchable picture and surprisingly good sound.
Need to display an important business presentation, a fast-paced video game, or a movie full of brilliant colors or artsy shadows? We've tested these top-rated portable and full-size projectors to help you find just the right one for use at home, in the office, or on the road.
The Vankyo 1080p Mini Wireless Leisure 530W Projector, which comes with a 100-inch screen and an HDMI cable, is an inexpensive option to get started watching movies in your backyard or basement.
Business trips and family vacations may be on hold, but a light, compact, and capable portable projector makes a good travel companion even if "travel" just means down to the den. These are the top-rated models we've tested—check them out, along with our deep-dive reviews.
The Miroir Synq M189 delivers impressive color accuracy and robust audio, plus it packs a compartment big enough to hide your favorite streaming stick. It's our top pick for portable streaming projectors.
Can't go to the movies? Invite some friends, grab some blankets and hot cocoa, and watch your favorite flick in the backyard with one of these top-pick projectors. Here's what you need to know to choose the right one.
Summer's coming, so it's a great time to grab some friends and enjoy your favorite film under the stars. Take a look at our favorite low-cost projectors, screens, speakers, and accessories for a budget-friendly movie night in your own backyard.
As projectors continue to evolve, most recently moving to 4K UHD resolution along with high dynamic range (HDR), we continue to update how we evaluate them. Here's an overview of our latest lab tests.
The 1080p Epson Home Cinema 2200 can serve nicely as a home entertainment projector in a family room, even with lights on, but its slightly more expensive sibling outdoes it on several fronts.
The Epson Home Cinema 2250 is equal parts 1080p home theater projector and streaming projector, with integrated Android TV and a bright, color-accurate image.
The AAXA P6X Pico Projector is light enough for road warriors and bright enough for presentations in small conference rooms, with a convenient onboard battery and a well-tuned speaker.
The BenQ X1300i is an excellent gaming projector thanks to a bright LED light source, resonant sound, and video and audio presets fine-tuned for first-person shooters, RPGs, and sports games. And it's great for movies and streaming TV too.
These days, home projectors can do much more than show off photos from your latest vacation. Whether you're gaming, working, or watching home movies, here's how to find the right model, plus our top picks.