CES 2018 has already revealed a number of forthcoming new TVs from Samsung and LG, as Sony now takes the spotlight and announces its 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector -- the LSPX-A1.
Able to project a 4K image that can stretch up to 120 inches when placed 9.6 inches from the wall, peak brightness reaches at 2500 lumens, as the laser projector also boasts a Glass Sound Speaker that generates 360-degree audio. Two organic glass tweeters are installed on the front legs, while also incorporating three midrange speakers, and a separate subwoofer.
Flaunting a contemporary aesthetic overall, Sony also shares, "With the engineered marble top, half mirror finished aluminum frame, and wooden shelf, the LSPX-A1 enriches your living environment while complementing its décor. The premium furniture-like design blends into your living space and appears as an attractive piece of furniture rather than a component-heavy entertainment system. The thoughtful design of the rear cover allows for easy cable management to conceal connectors hidden within."
If you're in the market for one, availability is slated this spring 2018 for a steep price tag of $30,000 USD.
For a further look and additional details, be sure to read the fully story at The Verge.
In comparison, Samsung unveils the world’s first modular microLED 146-Inch TV.