Display Devices


Epson PowerLite 1735W

GCN LAB REVIEW: If ambient light levels aren't a concern, the Epson PowerLite 1735W is a good choice for an accurate presentation projector.

Portable projectors that carry the load

The GCN Lab tested seven portable projectors for brightness, color accuracy, features and portability.

NEC NP62

GCN LAB REVIEW: The $1,399 price tag might seem a little steep, but this is a case of getting what you pay for, and the NP62 is the best projector of the bunch.

Samsung L300

GCN LAB REVIEW: The Samsung L300 was extremely accurate in almost all of our testing, but its extreme size keeps it out of the portable market.

Sharp PG-F255W

GCN LAB REVIEW: If you want to hook up your projector to a high-end desktop PC using a DVI cable to maximize the display properties, the PG-F255W is the only game in town.

Mitsubishi XD95U

GCN LAB REVIEW: If you are looking for an inexpensive projector that will work well in most situations, you won’t find a better value than the XD95U.

Up to the job

With accurate colors, consistent brightness and a reasonable price, the 20-inch AL2016WBsd from Acer is well suited to nearly any office environment.