Chris Eberle

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BenQ HT3050 3D DLP Projector Review

The line between portable and dedicated home theater displays blurs when considering BenQ’s HT3050 3D DLP Projector. It’s small and light, and only costs $899, yet it provides super-accurate output, artifact-free 3D, and optics superior to many more expensive models. I’ll be running it through my benchmarks and viewing tests today.

BenQ HT1070A 3D DLP Projector Preview

Earlier this year, I reviewed BenQ’s HT1070 and found it delivered tremendous performance for only $699. Today, I’ve received its successor, the HT1070A 3D DLP Projector, for review. The price is now just $649, light output is up from 2000 lumens to 2200, and it retains...

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BenQ HT9050 Ultra HD DLP Projector Review

Today, I’ll be testing my first Ultra HD DLP Projector, BenQ’s HT9050. Part of the CinematicColor series, it offers a 20,000-hour LED light engine with DCI-P3 color and lens shift in a premium-built chassis. Thanks to its generous output, it can easily anchor a medium to large theater providing high-end quality for your Ultra HD Blu-ray movie...

LG HF80JA Laser DLP Projector

LG HF80JA Laser DLP Projector Preview

The portable projector segment is red-hot right now with new models coming out almost monthly. I’ve reviewed many such displays, some of which offer tremendous value. Today, I received LG’s new HG80JA Laser DLP Projector. It’s a tiny, narrow box with 2000 lumens and a laser light engine...

BenQ MH530FHD Compact DLP Projector

BenQ MH530FHD Compact DLP Projector Review

Today, I’m looking at BenQ’s latest compact DLP projector, the MH530FHD. It offers 3300 lumens claimed brightness along with 3D, plenty of connectivity, and a compact lightweight chassis. It achieves high output with a whisper-quiet fan. 3D fans will enjoy its bright presentation and independently-adjustable 3D picture mode.

BenQ HT9050 Ultra HD DLP Projector Preview

BenQ HT9050 Ultra HD DLP Projector Preview

Ultra HD is all the rage in the flat panel market but for projector users, progress has been a bit slower. I just received my first such DLP display for review today, BenQ’s HT9050. It’s the successor to last year’s HT8050 which was the first consumer-level DLP sporting 3840x2160 resolution...