Excerpt: This is one of the cheapest and smallest projectors in its class – shaving a few millimetres off the BenQ W1000 here and there – meaning it should be just about as easy to accommodate as you're going to find when it comes to projecting a big picture on your wall. As befits a more compact – indeed, you could almost say portable – design, the Optoma HD20 is far easier on the eye than most rivals, which is handy considering you may well find it placed within your field of...
Pros: Cheap and compact, can be positioned close to the screen, decent detail, bright, bold colours
Cons: Not as simple to set up as others, lacks extra quality
Summary: Most projectors coming in under £1,000 really don’t cut the home cinema mustard. They’re usually PC data projectors, which have little truck with those key home cinema traits of contrast and accurate video colours. But despite costing just £900, Optoma assures us that its new HD20 projector really is designed first and foremost for movies. A fact that’s made even more remarkable by the discovery that it delivers a Full HD resolution for its money.
Conclusion: Der kleine Optoma HD 20 überrascht mit einer kontraststarken und verblüffend hellen Projektion, die auch auf der extragroßen Leinwand überzeugt. Eine so gute Videoverarbeitung und Abbildungsschärfe trifft man in dieser Preisklasse selten, wohl aber deutlich bessere Farben.