The GCN Lab picks the top 10 IT products of the year, plus one overall winner.
The GCN Lab picks the best of the best from the products it reviewed this year. Any of these superstar products will serve well in the office, and do it better than other products in its class.
3M’s SCP716 projector falls short in ease of use; offers intuitive software but has a confusing setup.
The Joybee GP1 Mini Projector might be small, but it performs adequately as long as you can control the room.
If you play a lot of video on a large screen, the 2709W is a good choice. But if color accuracy or more mundane tasks hold sway, a 24-inch panel might better suit your office needs.
The 24-inch widescreen LCD aced every performance and image quality test we threw at it, yet comes with a reasonable $499 price tag.
The HP LP2475w is a good all-around 24-inch LCD with few flaws but little to offer in terms of major strengths. It should perform well in most office situations.
The $455 price tag is tempting for a 24-inch LCD, but you can get more quality for not much more money.
Six 24- and 27-inch LCDs try to break the law that states that as size increases, quality decreases. And a few of them succeed.
The Acer B273HU, a 27-inch LCD with a surprisingly low price, did well enough at every task to make it a good value for anyone who wants to upgrade to a huge screen without breaking the bank.
GCN LAB REVIEW: If ambient light levels aren't a concern, the Epson PowerLite 1735W is a good choice for an accurate presentation projector.
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.