Sony 4K short throw projector fills 100-inch screen for $25KThis sweet cabinet-based laser projector is bright enough for any room and expensive enough for almost nobody's budget.
So right here we have a crazy looking television. This is actually not a television it is a projector, this is Sony's ZPLZZ 1000ES Ultra Shore Throw Ultra 4K home theater projector. That mouthful will cost you $25,000, but as you can see here, you get a gigantic picture out of it. 100 inch televisions from Sony, for example, cost about twice that. So again, if you want this really gigantic picture, and you don't want to have a dedicated dark home theater room, which is what a standard projector and screen system requires, this is probably as close as you're gonna get. As you can see the light comes from the projector, up onto the screen from the bottoms. So the idea is that it pretty much disappears into the room and your never going to walk in front of the projection to put a shadow on the screen or something like that. One thing is different from this projector and a regular TV is you need a supply your own screen. The one here is a motorized version that can come back up and down and have a really cool effect if you want it to disappear completely. Specs on this projector are great. You get HDR capability, 2,500 knits which is very, very bright for a projector. And it uses a laser light engine so you can get 20,000 hours out of this and never need to change a bulb. Of course, extremely expensive for a very high end audience. But if you have the money and you want a 100 inch screen that's bright enough to watch in pretty much any lighting environment, it's a pretty good deal. Of course the market for this projector is really niche at this price, but if you want it and can afford it it's a pretty amazing piece of equipment. Lets look at Sony's VPL-VVV1000 ES Short Throw Ultra HD projector.