Unbeatable Native 4K Projector Promotion from Sony
There's never been a better time to buy a native 4K projector from the company who has arguably set the benchmark in 4K projectors over the last couple of years.
For a limited time, when you invest in Sony's Applause Award-winning 270ES 4K Projector, you'll also receive an Nvidia Shield media player and an Austere 4K HDMI cable at no extra cost.
While Sony's VPL-VW270ES doesn't exactly fall into the budget-end of the projector market, it's still far less of a stretch than any of Sony's other 4K projectors. And the best part? It shares the same cinema heritage as Sony's more expensive 4K projectors.
It also means there's no pixel shifting or visual wizardry used to create 'pseudo 4K' with the VPL-VW270ES sporting three SXRD chips each with a native resolution of 4096 x 2160.
In our comprehensive review, we concluded:
Where the VPL-VW270ES shines is with its excellent colour reproduction, gamma tracking and resolution. Images are solid with a sense of depth and pop. The Sony VPL-VW270ES produces gorgeous images with a high level of colour accuracy. If watching movies exactly as its creator intended is important to you (and if you love your films it should be), I highly recommend that you give this projector strong consideration.
Sony has produced a ripper of a projector with the VPL-VW270ES. It achieves a price to performance ratio that's going to strike a chord with many consumers.
A great projector needs a good source, and the Nvidia Shield is now a proven, trusted, and highly versatile player that offers access to thousands of hours of content from your favourite streaming platform.
Add to this a free HDMI cable from Austere - the brand whose cables are so beautiful and superbly made that it's raised the bar considerably for all rival cable brands, and it's clear that this is a deal not to be missed.
To take advantage of this offer, find your nearest Sony dealer here.
StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.