This projector has a 4096 x 2160 resolution which is four times higher than that of 1080 version of projector. The good thing about the display is that it is smooth and has one of the best rated HD output in the current market. The colors seem to be saturated but the frame is rated high if not good. On the display, it seems like looking through the widow or better. These are but some of the good specs of projector that make it amazing. However consider checking these things when planning to get a 4k Projector:
The size of the screen you have and the distance of that screen from your location.
Most projectors have the zoom option but whether used or not, the distance matters. The near the projector is to the screen, the larger the image and this will require a larger screen probably 100 or more feet. This is because with the settings of the projector, to experience the high quality viewing results. This means that the viewer has to be close when using this projector.
4k resolution seems to have brought the HD of the future early. The new technology is costly and not many people can afford it. It is above $15,000 mark accept the Sony VPL VW600ES version. This may be a factor that is keeping off home theaters owners from the projector series. However, the good news is that it is still under development and more of the same will be in the market soon. This will come with affordable prices.
Ability to replace the home theater
It is true that the 4K will be a close competitor to the traditional home theater. Though not yet due to the price competition, the 4K series will bring a change. Just like it used to be previously where getting a HD was not easy. The 4K introduction in the market means that even the quality of videos and image products will change. It is not all cable TV providers have the HD quality images and videos. This means that when considering the 4K, either you get your TV stream changed for compatibility or will not get the best HD results.
Mainstream from 4K world is facing a challenge of the term 4K. This is due to the use of the same name from different manufacturers who are using 4K instead of 2K. Maybe one day they will even run android or IOS. The 2K and others do not have the UHD resolutions and may mislead the buyers epically with the new innovation. It is however clear that Sony have the 4K projectors come with 10 movies in the UHD resolution and promises to supply more with demand.