At CES 2014, Sony shows a 4K SXRD projector capable of producing a 147-inch image -- and it's built into a credenza.
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 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 2007 product line show includes scarce information about upcoming SXRD-based rear-projection HDTVs.
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.
While its color fidelity is not nearly as good as other late-model Sony SXRD products, the otherwise good-performing VPL-VW60 home theater projector remains a solid value.