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    http://store.sony.com/4k-ultra-short...ollections-ifa

    I was randomly looking this up, and noticed that the main unit can be split up into 5 different pieces! They are the equipment cabinet and speakers for the projector.

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    They also have another, smaller black model (it seems to not have the speaker and cabinet) that is available for pre-order outside of the NYC area (yes, the white one is only available in NYC for now). They're marketing it as a business solution.

    https://pro.sony.com/bbsc/ssr/mkt-in...4/?prd=VPLGTZ1
    Last edited by Kchrpm; October 22nd, 2014 at 09:41 AM.
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    It's back! In a much smaller form factor:

    http://en.rocketnews24.com/2016/03/2...ideo%E3%80%91/
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    LG Electronics PF1000U Ultra Short Throw Smart Home Theater Projector
    - Ultra Short Throw Projection.
    - Up to 100-inch screen.
    - Full HD (1920 x 1080).
    - Smart TV Enabled (Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon and More).
    - Bluetooth Sound Out.

    https://www.amazon.com/LG-Electronic.../dp/B014OUD5KS
    http://www.projectorreviews.com/lg/l...jector-review/
    Quote Originally Posted by projectorreviews
    Chock full of innovations, the PF 1000U not only has a TV tuner and Bluetooth audio for connecting to speakers, thereís a slew of online apps for using its built-in WiFi and wired networking. Along with connecting to entertainment sites via included apps, the projector has the ability to wirelessly connect with a tablet or notebook.

    It all comes together with the PF 1000Uís unique Magic Remote Control. Rather than a rectangular clunky handheld with lots of buttons, the PF 1000Uís remote is minimalist and shaped to fit in the hand. The key is that most everything can be controlled on-screen with its pointer.

    At $1,400, the PF 1000U is on the expensive side in view of its light output, but itís low-power LEDs means that itís not only economical to use but that it will never need a new lamp. With abilities and features that its competitors can only dream about, the LG PF 1000U is one of the best ultra-short throw projectors around.

    Ultimately Ė the PF1000U is really an impressive LED projector. It canít match lamp based projectors in brightness, but comes close enough for fun home entertainment, and it can double as a serious business projector as long as you donít need to project too large a screen.

    All considered, very deserving of our Special Interest Award, which goes out to projectors that are really impressive, but with more specialized appeal than general purpose models.

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    Would be good for a basement or similar, but I wish it was 4K.

    Edit: Great score in a review from PCMag last year: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2492874,00.asp
    Last edited by Kchrpm; September 27th, 2016 at 02:04 PM.
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    Some day...

    But it seems to be a pretty good alternative until then.

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    Who needs a projector?

    Samsung takes aim at movie projectors with a 34-foot 4K screen
    This week, Samsung debuted its 34-foot Samsung Cinema Screen during Cinemacon 2017, which the company claims is the world's first HDR LED theater display.

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    Anyone that isn't a billionaire?
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