At CES 2014, Sony shows a 4K SXRD projector capable of producing a 147-inch image -- and it's built into a credenza.
Upsize that tiny TV; go projection!
The Sony VPL-HW10, the least expensive projector to employ the company's SXRD display technology, proves a capable performer nonetheless.
Sony announced two new projectors today, including an update of its Pearl model and a newer, entry-level model.
CNET previews Sony's complete line of 2007 SXRD-based rear-projection HDTVs.
Sony's 2007 product line show includes scarce information about upcoming SXRD-based rear-projection HDTVs.
Sony's VPL-VW10, the company's least expensive SXRD projector yet, proves itself a very good performer for the price, and therefore an excellent value.
Sony's prototype HDTVs at CES 2007 run the gamut of technologies from SXRD rear-projection set, to giant-screen LCD, to superthin OLED.
While the Sony KDS-R60XBR2 has a picture that's essentially identical to its less-expensive SXRD stablemate, the prodigious feature set on this 60-inch high-definition television will attract buyers who must have it all.
The SXRD-based Sony KDS-55A3000 rear-projection HDTV exhibited excellent color accuracy and stellar performance in general, making it the year's best performer in its category.