The 10 Best Gaming Projectors

Updated March 09, 2017 by Quincy Miller

10 Best Gaming Projectors
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If you're ready to start dominating your friends on the big screen, then a top-notch projector can take your gaming to the next level. Not all devices are created equal, however; you want to make sure you get one with the specs to handle high-definition video without lagging. Luckily, all the options on this list ensure that your next victory will be clearly seen by everyone in your entire house. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best gaming projector on Amazon.

10. Uinstone Image Pro

If you're just dipping a toe into the home theater waters, then the Uinstone Image Pro is an excellent starter option. At less than $100, you can get 1080p video on up to a 130" screen. The picture doesn't stabilize well or zoom effectively, however.
  • easily portable
  • multiple input ports
  • you'll want to buy a soundbar
Weight 2.6 pounds
Rating 4.0 / 5.0

9. Elephas 1500

The Elephas 1500 is a mini projector with a big picture inside. Capable of projecting up to 170", it gives you 1080p resolution that you can carry in the palm of your hand. Be aware that it struggles in well-lit environments, however.
  • lots of bang for your buck
  • very responsive remote
  • usb port has connectivity issues
Model ELE-T20
Weight 3.2 pounds
Rating 3.7 / 5.0

8. EUG 3600

The EUG 3600 is a great budget option for the gamer who'd rather spend their money building out their library. The LCD projector will make all your games pop, and the lamp will last for over 50,000 hours. If you want WiFi, however, you'll have to buy a Chromecast.
  • easy to set up and operate
  • very quiet motor
  • no bluetooth connection
Brand EUG
Model A99+WiFi-1
Weight 12.7 pounds
Rating 3.6 / 5.0

7. Optoma GT760A

The Optoma GT760A is great for smaller spaces so it's ideal for packing friends into your bedroom for a marathon session. It has multiple input ports, including for HDMI sticks. It only has a 720p resolution though, so if you're a video snob it may not meet your standards.
  • displays true 3d content
  • extremely fast refresh rates
  • limited ability to adjust image
Brand Optoma
Model GT760A
Weight 8.3 pounds
Rating 3.7 / 5.0

6. Epson PowerLite 3700

The Epson PowerLite 3700 is the go-to option for the serious enthusiast with a dedicated home theater. It comes packed with 3000 lumens of brightness, giving you exquisite detail in any conditions. It costs roughly twice as much as other quality options, though.
  • very crisp black levels
  • wide lens shift for easy positioning
  • doesn't ship with 3d glasses
Brand Epson
Model V11H799020
Weight 20 pounds
Rating 4.1 / 5.0

5. Optoma HD37

If you're not the most tech-savvy person, then the Optoma HD37 is great right out of the box. The 3D picture is fantastic, and some users say it exceeds theater quality. The lens doesn't shift much, however, so your mounting options are limited.
  • convenient backlight on remote
  • easily connects with mobile devices
  • occasionally shows rainbow artifacts
Brand Optoma
Model HD37
Weight 11.3 pounds
Rating 4.4 / 5.0

4. Epson Home Cinema 3100

If your living room is doubling as your game room, then the Epson Home Cinema 3100 performs wonderfully in ambient light. It can handle the latest PS4 or Xbox One game with no issues, and, due to the 60K:1 contrast ratio, it's just as good with movies and sporting events.
  • doesn't lose light when zooming
  • great for outdoor viewing
  • comes with 2 pairs of 3d glasses
Brand Epson
Model HC3100
Weight 19.3 pounds
Rating 4.5 / 5.0

3. BenQ HT2150ST

The BenQ HT2150ST has a very short throw projection, giving you 100" of screen from just a meter and a half away. What really sets it apart, however, is the sound - it has 2 built-in 10W speakers and Master Audio+ technology for a truly immersive experience.
  • great for smaller rooms
  • full hd 1080p visuals
  • little to no pixelation
Brand BenQ
Model HT2150ST
Weight 12.8 pounds
Rating 4.9 / 5.0

2. Optoma GT1080

The Optoma GT1080 was made with gamers in mind, and it shows. Short lag time ensures that you're never behind the action, and it's bright enough that you can see what you're shooting at any time of day. The 10-watt mono speaker is also more than enough to get the job done.
  • supports all hdmi 3d formats
  • short-throw lens minimizes shadows
  • incredible contrast ratio
Brand Optoma
Model GT1080
Weight 8.5 pounds
Rating 4.8 / 5.0

1. Epson 2040

With the Epson 2040, you'll never have to struggle to see your game again. It has 2200 lumens white and color brightness, so your picture will be sharp and clear no matter where you put it. It's also small and lightweight, so you don't have to sacrifice a ton of space.
  • great for skin tones
  • handles ambient light well
  • replacement bulbs are inexpensive
Brand Epson
Model V11H707020
Weight 9.1 pounds
Rating 4.6 / 5.0

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Last updated on March 09, 2017 by Quincy Miller

Quincy is a writer who was born in Texas, but moved to Los Angeles to pursue his life-long dream of someday writing a second page to one of his screenplays.

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