At their CES 2017 keynote, Sony unveiled their new 4K short-throw projector, the Sony VPL-VZ1000ES.

The projector is a great option for anyone who has a small space that they want to fit a big screen into, providing you with a 100-inch 4K HDR compatible projection from just six inches away from a wall or screen.

All from a device that weighs just 925 x 494 x 219mm and weighs just 35kg.

It has a sleek black design that is 40% smaller than the current short-throw projector from Sony, while providing 2,500 lumens of output which is 25% brighter than that VPL-GTZ1, all thanks to Sony’s own SXRD panels and its Z-Phosphor laser light engine.

It all sounds pretty amazing, and could quite possibly beat any UHD for you, however, the price might still put you off at $24.999.

If that doesn’t bother you, it will be available to buy from April.

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