Spend big or go cheap(er) with these 4K projectors
Finally, the home projector has caught up with the latest TV technology
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 VPLVW260ES (£5200). Read on for a better idea of which one you should take to the checkout.