I hadn’t heard of LeEco until it bought Vizio earlier this year. As it happens, it makes some displays of its own so today I’m checking out the Super4 X55. It’s a 55-inch Ultra HD TV with HDR and a super-low price.
How much projector can $1000 buy? How about a 1080p-res DLP with 3D, 2200-lumen output, low input lag for gaming and color accuracy worthy of any dedicated home theater? Today, I’m checking out BenQ’s HT2150ST short-throw display.
I’ve seen plenty of excellent portable projectors from BenQ lately but today I’m looking at a dedicated home theater model, the HT6050. This DLP offers interchangeable lenses along with THX and ISFccc certifications.
WiFi-enabled projectors are nothing new. But when you throw apps and a smart interface into the mix; that’s something we haven’t seen before. Today I’m checking out BenQ’s new i500 LED Smart Projector.
Epson projectors have always led the pack in value, but this year they’ve truly outdone themselves with the new Pro Cinema 6040UB. It features Ultra HD via pixel-shift plus HDR and a motorized lens for less than $4000.
If you’ve always wanted a projector but weren’t prepared to devote a fully-darkened room to it, the Epson Pro Cinema 1985 might just be bright enough to replace a flat-panel television at a substantial cost savings.
We first saw Epson’s laser-powered LS10000 projector at the 2014 CEDIA Expo. Production was limited then but now they’re widely available. Today I run it through my benchmark suite and watch a whole lotta movies!
Vizio has gone all-in on picture quality with its latest lineup of Ultra HD televisions. Today I’m getting thoroughly involved with the M65-C1, a 65-inch panel with a full-array backlight, Vizio Internet Apps Plus smart TV interface and connection options that include HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2.