If you scoff at high-end OLED televisions, then perhaps you may be tempted by Sony’s new $30,000 short-throw projector. The uber-expensive device outputs in 4K (of course) at a peak brightness of 2,500 lumens, and can display images of up to 120-inches. It was announced at CES 2018 overnight, alongside a slew of other products you’ll never be able to afford.
To be fair, you’re getting some pretty nifty tech here. In addition to “unprecedented” picture quality, the projector also features a Glass Sound Speaker that generates 360-degree audio, and it’s got a centre speaker that’s designed to bounce sound off the wall that you’re projecting to. Time to start saving?