Top rated projectors: January 2012

These are the top rated projectors we've reviewed in the last year.

These are the top rated projectors we've reviewed in the last year.

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PT-AR100E
4.25

1. Panasonic PT-AR100E home theatre projector

Designed to be used in brighter environments than the range-topping PT-AE7000, Panasonic’s PT-AR100E makes a compromise between contrast, black levels and image brightness. It does a good job - it’s one of the best projectors we’ve seen for watching movies ...
Review Date: 31st Jan., 2012
RRP: $ 3,079.00
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Projector C20 Series
3.00

2. Acer Projector C20 Series pico projector

Acer's Projector C20 Series pico projector is for business users who need to give presentations while on the road. Its image quality isn't great, nor is it comfortable to use, but it's small, it can run on battery power, and ...
Review Date: 16th May, 2011
RRP: $ 489.00
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