Spend big or go cheap(er) with these 4K pro­jec­tors

Fi­nally, the home pro­jec­tor has caught up with the lat­est TV tech­nol­ogy

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While Ae­sop’s Fa­ble about the tor­toise and the hare teaches us that slow and steady can win the race, wait­ing for pro­jec­tors to catch up with TVS in terms of 4K and HDR tech­nolo­gies over re­cent years has been a tor­tu­ous process for any­one hold­ing out.

But, fi­nally, there is now a se­lec­tion of 4K HDR pro­jec­tors on the mar­ket across a range of prices. You don’t have to pay through the nose for one, thanks to the likes of Benq’s Cine­home W1700 (£1600) and Op­toma’s UHD40 (£1500). But those pre­pared to spend a lot more could get their hands on a laser pro­jec­tor such as Op­toma’s UHZ65 (£5000), or the cheap­est na­tive 4K model we’ve seen: Sony’s VPLŽVW260ES (£5200). Read on for a bet­ter idea of which one you should take to the check­out.

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