As part of their Life Space UX range, Sony are getting set to release their all-new Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector. Well, in Japan at least.

The miniature gadget (that measures in at 81 x 131 x 131mm) shoots the image onto the wall - or any surface for that matter - from only a short distance away. Running off battery power that can last up to two hours on a charge, the device projects an auto-focused 1366 x 768 image of 100 lumens and between 22 and 80-inches in size.

With an HDMI input, the device can also access content through its wireless hub connected to any computer or TV - and while using its Bluetooth Low Energy, the projector lets you play media from your smartphone when the two devices are in range.

Now that you probably won't be leaving the couch for the rest of the winter, get set for the Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector to launch on February 13, priced at around $798.

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