Dell is a name that most people will associate with built-to-order PCs with the occasional monitor thrown in for good measure. However that's the old Dell, new Dell makes products for the real technophiles and today they've announced two products to really wet the appetite for those who love pixels.…
Home cinema projectors are becoming a much more popular choice as the main living room device to watch movies, play video games and catch up on Netflix. The BenQ W1090 home cinema projector is being aimed at people who want but for around £630 it falls short compared to its competitors.…
The Epson EH-TW9300W 4K home cinema projector is the highest in their recent range of UHD displays designed for the top enthusiasts to create a cinema or epic games room at home. Much like the recently reviewed EH-TW7300 we looked at, a lot of the specifications are the same but the…
The Epson EH-TW7300 projector is one of their latest mid-range projectors that has the ability to output a 4K Ultra HD picture, it is also able to use a faux pixel shift mode to create an 3840 x 2160 image from its 1080p chip. The TW7300 can also support HDR technology,…
The Epson EH-TW5210 is a 3D ready, home cinema projector that is aimed at a home user instead of a business and is in the same range as the previously reviewed Epson EH-TW5350. The only bid difference between the two projectors is the features and a couple of tech specs but these…
The Epson EH-TW5350 focuses on entertainment and is the top of the range for the EH-TW. Costing £600 it is fairly cheap for a home cinema and it comes with brightness of 2200 lumens, full HD with 3D and a promoted dynamic contrast ratio of 35000:1 and a range of…