Back again with an Acer review.Â This time it is the H6510BD.Â Retailing at $799, this is an entry level projector that supports native 1080p and 3D.Â I’m usually pretty impressed with these entry level projectors.Â Read on to find out what I think about the Acer H6510BD
It’s been a while (sorry about that), I’ve been caught up in some projects recently at work.Â Â Art shipped me this projector a little while back and I was able to spend some time with it.Â Â The Acer H9500BD is a 1080p projector that sports features like frame interpolation and 3D. Â It is in the price range of the w1070 and may be a good alternative.Â Read on to find out how it compares!
Luckily, I was able to get my hands on the new BenQ w1070 (I don’t think it is even selling yet in the states). Â For those not familiar, it is an entry level DLP, 1080p projector with 3D capabilities! Â This projector will retail for ~$1100 and aÂ number of folks were hoping a review of this projector before the holidays, so I’m glad I was able to follow through. Â :) Â Hopefully, I can help a few prospective projector owners make an informed decision. Â Read on!
Art shipped me the ViewSonic Pro 9000 projector along side the BenQ w1070 so I was able to have both in house at the same time, which is always nice. Â The ViewSonic Pro9000 is a “Laser Hybrid LED” projector that seemed to peak the interest of some of you folks so I’m glad I was able to take a look. Â I was going to do a “shootout” between the BenQ W1070 and this projector but the Pro9000 retails for ~$2899, putting it in the mid level price range, so I decided to do separate reviews. Read on to find out how the ViewSonic Pro9000 holds up in the game room!
It’s been a while since I’ve had a projector of this caliber in my theater. Â It was great to get a chance to take a look at this year’s Epson flagship. Â No doubt, the Epson 5020e threw one of the most impressive images I’ve ever had on my screen. But how does this projector hold up in the game room? Â Read on to find out!