The VPL-VW590ES is a native 4K SXRD projector from Sony which replaces the outgoing VW570 and adds some new picture processing thanks to the X1 for Projector chip and some new HDR processing. So is it worth the upgrade for existing users and how does it compare to the JVC DLA-N5? Let's find out...
The Sony VPL-VW790ES 4K HDR SXRD projector keeps the same laser light source as the previous model, but adds a new X1 processor, and a Dynamic HDR Enhancer. It also drops the price, which is sure to please.
A new 4K DLP projector offering a 10-element, 8-group lens which also features HDR-PRO technology that brings enhanced tone mapping and claims to cover 98% of the Rec.709 colour gamut. With so many new DLP projectors on the market, what makes the TK850 stand out?
The BenQ TK810 is a new entry-level home cinema 4K single-chip DLP projector. It offers wireless screen mirroring, app support and a USB 3.0 port for source playback as well as 4K HDR compatibility. So for just over a grand, is it a home cinema bargain?
It might be the entry-level native 4K projector from JVC but the DLA-N5 is also one of the best HDR projectors we have seen at the price point. Should you go for the more expensive N7 or does the N5 offer everything you need? Read the full review.
The NX9 is a 4K native and 8K e-shift projector featuring new 0.69-inch native 4K D-ILA device. It has a 100mm diameter, 18 element, all-glass lens and supports HDR10 using Auto Tone Mapping and Frame Adapt. UPDATED to add video review.
BenQ releases a home cinema focussed single-chip 4K DLP projector which promises accurate colours out of the box thanks to factory calibration. So can it really do everything it claims? Let's find out...