Sony's VPL-VW200 is being announced and it keeps the 1080p, Xenon bulb, and shape of its predecessor, the VPL-VW100. It also almost doubles in price, going for $15k. (The VPL-VW100 is $8k.) It also has new SXRD panels that can hit 120FPS, and a panel adjustment allows for fine tuning of RGB for perfect overlap.
The better native contrast ratio and the dynamic iris that help it do a total 35k:1 contrast ratio. And a new piece of glass (ARC-F, or All Range Crisp Focus) can be paired with the optional Anamorphic lens adapter. The HDMI port supports wide gamut color, and I don't know why, but there's ethernet in this thing.
BRAVIA VPL-VW200 · Combines the advanced features and technology associated with the legendary QUALIA 004 with the sleek form factor made popular by the VW100 projector. · Three separate newly developed high frame rate (120FPS) SXRD 1080P panels with both black frame rate insertion and motion interpolation modes. · Improved Native Contrast combined with Iris Delivers 35000:1 Contrast Ratio · New panel alignment adjustment insures precisely aligned R/G/B images. · Exclusive All Range Crisp Focus (ARC-F) glass lens optimizes SXRD panel performance. · Optional external anamorphic lens with new zoom mode. · High output Xenon cinematic lamp maintains ideal color temperature characteristics. · Improved auto iris brightness with variable manual setting. · HDMI with x.v.Color (wide color gamut) capability. · Supports multiple system control protocols. · Built-in Ethernet network connectivity. · BRAVIA Theatre Sync · Available this fall for about $15,000