Sony’s New VPL-VZ1000ES Native 4K HDR Ultra Short Throw Projector

Sony VPL-VZ1000ES Native 4K HDR Ultra Short Throw Projector

Sony’s VPL-VZ1000ES is about to usher in a new benchmark in home displays. It’s a beautifully crafted native 4K HDR ultra short throw home theatre projector, a major shakeup in Sony’s projector line-up. The VPL-VZ1000ES supports High Dynamic Range (HDR) with 4K resolution. It can also be positioned as close as 6 inches from the wall and still achieve a 100” viewing screen.

 “Our revolutionary new ultra short throw projector delivers incredible native 4K HDR imagery just inches away from your wall, then fades into the existing room design once turned off. It really is the only projector that can deliver true, native 4K HDR pictures from the lens to the lounge. Up until now home cinema enthusiasts have needed a dedicated room for watching projected content; this isn’t always ideal, since not everyone has the luxury of extra space to accommodate an extra-large screen. The new VPL-VZ1000ES changes this dynamic completely, providing an enchanting home theatre experience up to 120inch in your existing living space. Put simply, this projector can replace any TV and give you a better viewing experience.” – Brad Hanrahan – Group Manager – Business & Institutional Sony Professional Solutions

Blending into a modern room, the VPL-VZ1000ES is approximately 925 x 494 x 219mm in size. Weighing in at around 35kg and 40% smaller than Sony’s previous model, it can be easily moved around if required. You can get the Sony VPL-VZ1000ES from any Authorised Sony Professional Dealer. It has a suggested retail price of AUD$30,999 and NZ$32,999.

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