Sep 7, 2017 ... Sony introduced a series of new 4K projectors today, and one of... ... expensive than most top-of-the-line 4K TVs, but that's slowly starting to change. ... the VPL- VW285ES 4K HDR Home Theater Projector — sells for $5,000. ... Sony is also introducing a projector today that'll sit one step up in its product line.
Mar 14, 2017 ... Sony's beautiful OLED 4K HDR TVs, among the standouts of this year's CES, will launch in April for prices starting at $4,999.99 for the 55-inch ...
Feb 9, 2017 ... From 4K to HD, from OLED to LCD - here's everything Sony's TV division has lined up for 2017. ... Screen sizes/Prices: 55-inch ($5,000 in the US; a European Sony retailer has indicated that the 55A1E will sell for around EUR ...
Sep 7, 2017 ... Sony brings 200-inches of “true 4K HDR” to the living room for $5,000 ... It's perfect for watching movies, gaming, or even just chilling and watching some TV. ... this projector can really bring the theater into your living room. ... and Best Buy, though Best Buy seems to be completely sold out at the moment.
Mar 25, 2013 ... Sony's 65” and 55” 4K TVs in the X900 series will be available to buy starting from May 2013. Prices start at $5000 for the 55” version.
Mar 14, 2017 ... Sony's first consumer OLED TV, the XBR-A1E was easily its best product ... and 65-inch XBR-65A1E will cost $5,000 and $6,500 respectively.
Sep 7, 2017 ... Sony has announced that it will sell budget 4K projector for £3,800 ($5000). ... you can still find some that are more expensive than some high-end 4K TVs. ... the VPL-VW285ES 4K HDR that will be sold for around $5,000.
Rather than rely on the spec sheet to provide hints on which TV will perform better than ... Vizio and TCL offer 65-inch 4K TVs for around $800 in the US, while LG and .... This year the last two major brands to support 3D, Sony and LG, dropped ... Because rear-projection TVs are no longer on sale as of 2012, and the last ...
In response to my previous articles on the stupidity of 4K TVs, many people argued they had better vision, or some .... This is, of course, how they'll sell in stores.