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Sony lowers barrier to entry for 4K HDR home projectors

4K projectors have historically been prohibitively expensive, but Sony is making strides to bring prices down. At the CEDIA 2017 exhibition this week, the company is expanding its home theater range with two new 4K, High Dynamic Range (HDR) projectors – including an entry-level model for under US$5,000... Continue Reading Sony lowers barrier to entry for 4K HDR home projectors Category:
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