Sony 4K Short Throw Projector

Sony 4K Short Throw Projector

If you think monstrous 4K flat screens are the wave of the future, you're right.  But that hasn't stopped Sony from taking a more minimalistic approach to your future viewing experience.  They've just unveiled the Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector ($20K - $30K) – an alternative to flatscreen televisions that's more furniture than it is tech.  It's a completely self-contained entertainment unit, noting a center projector flanked on each side by speakers and enclosed cabinets for your A/V equipment.  Simply place it next to a wall, and you have an instant 4096 x 2160 x 3 pixel display from 66" to 147".  The entire unit is crafted in a handsome aluminum design; it's powered by a laser light display that's significantly brighter and more color accurate than traditional projector lamps; and the projector's cover opens and closes automatically when powered on/off.  If this isn't lust inducing, I don't know what is.

Sony A5000 Camera

Sony A5000

If you even remotely like taking pictures, you're going to love the new Sony A5000 camera ($600).  Rocking a 20.1MP APS-C CMOS sensor, Bionz X processor and built-in Wi-Fi, the A5000 promises exceptional DSLR like image quality in a package small enough to take anywhere.  And with pricing set at $600 including a 16-50mm lens, it's cheap enough to appeal to pretty much everyone.  Other features that make the Sony A5000 tough not to love:  the ability to shoot 1080p HD video, a built-in pop-up flash, a 180 degree tilting LCD screen and ISO sensitivity up to 16,000 ISO.   Pre-orders are available now in your choice of black, white or silver camera color options, while deliveries are set to start this March.

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