It's not often projectors cause us to be lost for words. LG's AN110, however, left us thoroughly speechless when the wraps were taken off its flat-panel, wall-mounted frame this week. Styled like a particularly sexy plasma, the idea is that you wall-mount it opposite the wall that you'll be projecting onto. You don't need a monster-size living room, either, as the 'throw' is quite short - you can project a 100 inch movie from 3.8 metres away. Here's the lowdown: it's DLP (good), has a brightness rating of 1,100 ANSI Lumens (meaningless as all manufacturers measure it differently), 3,000:1 contrast ratio (ditto) and manages a 1280 x 768 resolution (enough for hi-def when Sky and cable launch in six months' time). It's also ultra quiet - 25 decibels max - and has a cool, camera-style sliding lens cover. Our only question is: why would you want a projector this big? Surely if you're going to stick something the size of a 42 inch plasma on the wall, it may as well be a 42 inch plasma? Still, it does look fabulous. You can buy a black or silver one for an unannounced price in September.
LG's flat projector
It's not often projectors cause us to be lost for words. LG's AN110, however, left us thoroughly speechless when the wraps were taken off its flat-pan