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Life (and Death) Go On in the Projector World

November 30, 2011

Three news items in the past few days are all focused on front projectors (pardon the pun). And each of these news items has a decided air of uncertainty around it, which of course reflects the sluggish economy and a looming paradigm shift away from projected images to self-contained, larger-than-life display technologies.

The first item is courtesy of Engadget, who reports that Sony is getting ready to bring a $28,000 4K-resolution projector to the home cinema market. They won't be the first (Meridian previously offered the JVC 4K D-ILA platform for about $200K), but they will be the cheapest.



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