And the year of 4K rolls on with these Sony Bravia 2013 4K UHD LED TVs ($TBA). Available in both 65- and 55-inch models, the X900A series boasts 3,840 x 2,160 resolution, the 4K X-Reality PRO picture engine, Triluminos LED backlighting and QD Vision's Color IQTM optical component for rich, authentic color and a more natural viewing experience, integrated magnetic fluid speakers and DSP technology for surprisingly full sound, and built-in WI-Fi with the requisite suite of Internet-connected apps. Arriving this Spring.
Should you know the pleasure of owning a 4K-capable TV or projector, you're most likely also familiar with the first-world problem of trying to find content for it. The Redray 4K Cinema Player ($1,450) can help. Built specifically with 4K video in mind, this beastly digital content player packs a 1TB hard drive for storing video, USB ports and an SD card reader for manually transferring over files, Ethernet ports for Internet connectivity, and a bevy of HDMI outputs that support simultaneous playback of different content across two 4K screens or four 1080 screens. Even better, it will link up with Odemax.com, letting you access feature films right from home.
The holy grail of at-home movie watching is nearly here. Prima Cinema ($35,000) is an elite service that brings current-release movies directly to your home on the day they're released — at the equally elite price of $500 a pop. The rack-mountable player automatically downloads the movies and presents them over HDMI with clarity and color accuracy unmatched by even Blu-ray, along with lossless PCM or Dolby TrueHD audio output. Oh, and the biometric security protection ensures no guests "accidentally" drop half a grand on dreck like Red Dawn. [Scouted by Graham]