The CES 2014 Sony Short Throw Projector Does Not Need to Be Mounted

By: Mesel Isaac - Published: Jan 15, 2014 • References: reviews.cnet
The Sony Short Throw Projector solves the annoying problem most home television projectors face -- that of being mounted to the ceiling.

Unlike its competition, the 4K Sony Short Throw Projector has no need to be mounted; instead the projector is housed in a stylish and modern looking credenza that pops up and displays the image on the wall it’s closest to. The Short Throw Projector can project onto a wall at an impressive size of 147-inches in diagonal, a size that allows for you to actually notice the improved resolution of the 4K projector.

So if curved televisions aren’t really your thing, perhaps the idea of a television projector you don’t have to mount might sound more appealing, though don’t get too excited as it comes with a price tag of approximately $30,000 to $40,000. Stats for Pop-Up Modern Projectors Trending: Older & Mild
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