Sony has released its state-of-the-art 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector (model LSPX-W1S) hidden in a low profile cabinet with speakers, which was first demonstrated at CES 2014. Placed inches from an open wall, the projector’s laser light source has the ability to cast a 4K Ultra High-Definition image up to 147-inches, creating a wall-sized canvas and transforming living spaces into evolving environments.
With DCI-based 4096 x 2160 resolution, the 4K SXRD panels have been specially developed with Sony’s professional cinema expertise. They deliver a native 4K picture without any electronic enhancement of pixels. The laser light source is composed of Blue Laser Diodes, which Sony claims reaches peak brightness quicker than conventional projector lamps, and lasts up to ten times longer with stunning brightness and color accuracy. In addition, automatic optimization feature enhances the contrast in accordance with the scene. It maximizes black and white levels. This results in a bright image with high contrast.
The 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector’s stylish, furniture-like design, featuring lavish use of aluminum, harmonizes with existing living spaces. The refined aluminum finish makes any living room look more luxurious. When it’s off, the all-in-one design looks like an elegant piece of furniture. The speaker units eliminate exposed cables and the cabinet units accommodate other home electronics for neat storage.
Easy to install and operate, it’s simply set next to an open wall and plugged in to begin experiencing large screen, 4K Ultra HD images. All that is required is a white wall.
Price and Availability
The Sony LSPX-W1 Projector will retail for $50,000 and can be ordered by calling Sony Electronics at 866-294-7669 or online here. Coverage is initially available throughout most of the New York metropolitan area and will be gradually expanded to other areas. To confirm if your address is within the area of coverage, call 866-294-7669.