THE BEST Projectors

Pioneer Car Heads Up Display

Pioneer Car Heads Up Display

Pioneer’s vehicle heads up display uses a projector with a laser for a light source, resulting in high quality images, while a special combiner enables the image to be enlarged to up to 25 inches.

Hitachi Projector x Touchscreen

Hitachi Projector x Touchscreen

Hitachi’s concept display system can make meetings and classes more interactive and fun. The system uses an ultra-short throw LCD projector to display video onto a touch-enabled whiteboard.

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Sim2 C3X Lumis 3D Projectors

Sim2 C3X Lumis 3D Projectors

Going for that Avatar-at-the-theater quality 3D media room experience? Sim2’s new C3X Lumis 3D just might do the trick with its dual projector system, each with 3 DarkChip4 1080p DLPs.

Samsung H03 Pico Projector

Samsung H03 Pico Projector

At 30 lumens, the Samsung H03 is significantly brighter than other pico projectors. It weighs about as much as your phone, and has an LED lamp that will last over 30,000 hours. Out next month.

Mini Wi-Fi LED Projector

Mini Wi-Fi LED Projector

This Mini LED Projector has a rechargeable battery, wireless keyboard with remote, built-in speaker, USB port and SD card slot, 3-in-1 RCA cable and b/g Wi-Fi, and all of it fits in your laptop bag.

Sony Projector Clock Radio

Sony Projector Clock Radio

Sony’s ICF-C71PJ is a clock radio with a literal twist: it features a variable-angle projector that’ll display the time on the wall or ceiling; also: MP3 player input and 4-level backlight.

Light Touch

Light Touch

LBO’s Light Touch is a laser projector and IR sensor that’ll project a 10″ virtual touchscreen on any surface; it includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 2 GB memory, and up to 2 hours per charge.

Epson Extreme Gamer

Epson Extreme Gamer

More powerful than an HDTV and able to project on tall buildings, the Extreme Gamer is really an ad for an Epson projector–but this PS3-toting dude is still a superhero in our books.

LG eXpo Smartphone

LG eXpo Smartphone

Available 12/7/09 at AT&T, LG’s eXpo targets road warriors with a detachable pico projector; the slider smartphone also features a 1 GHz CPU, 3.2″ touchscreen, and 5 MP camera.

MiLi Pro Projector

MiLi Pro Projector

Smartly designed and portable, the MiLi Pro turns your iPhone or iPod into a projector; it’s capable of 640×480 video or images up to 70″ away, it’ll also accept VGA and RCA inputs.

Sanyo Laser Projector

Sanyo Laser Projector

Sanyo’s short focus laser projector is a gamechanger: it only requires 24″ of space between itself and the wall, yet manages to project a 100″ 1080p images with 7,000 lumens.v

PocketCinema V10 Plus

PocketCinema V10 Plus

We’ve seen several portable projectors, but we like the PocketCinema V10 Plus versatility: it not only projects up to a 50″ screen from your iPod or game console, but can record content.

R2D2 Projector

R2D2 Projector

This R2D2 Projector is on the Light Side of The Force, with 1500 lumens, up to 260″ pics at 1024×768; a 20W speaker, CD/DVD player and Millenium Falcon remote. Thanks, Joe!

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Sanyo PLC-XF71 Projector

Sanyo PLC-XF71 Projector

At 10,000 lumens, Sanyo’s PLC-XF71 screams ultimate bachelor pad; however, with a 3000:1 contrast ratio and 1024×768 resolution, it’s really a pro-level projector for presentations.

Samsung Pico Projector

Samsung Pico Projector

Part media player, part projector, Samsung’s Pico weighs only 5.6 oz and projects up to a 50″ image at 480×320; it also includes a 2.2″ QVGA LCD screen, headphone jack and speaker.

Sony SRX-T110

Sony SRX-T110

If you have a movie theater or two lying around, Sony’s SRX-T110 will fit the bill, coming in at over $120k. These uber projectors get 4,096×2,160 resolution and 11,000 lumens.

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