Sony Professional showcases cinema projectors

    New device features Sony's proprietary Triluminos technology
    The 4K VPL-VW300ES home cinema projector at GITEX.
    The 4K VPL-VW300ES home cinema projector at GITEX.

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    Sony Professional demonstrated its new 4K VPL-VW300ES home cinema projector at GITEX Technology Week in Dubai.

    The projector, which was first announced at IFA 2014, incorporates Sony’s proprietary Triluminos technology - an enhanced optical engine design which gives rich colour reproduction, and comes equipped with various other features to deliver an immersive quality to users.

    Aydin Tolan, business head of visual presentation solutions, Sony Professional Solutions MEA said: “We have a range of projectors designed specifically for different applications - whether it is watching movies at home, delivering high-quality business presentations or installation in public venues like museums.

    Sony also demonstrated other projectors at GITEX, including models designed for schools and colleges.

    Sony’s true Laser Light Source projectors, including its VPL-FHZ700L model, is capable of achieving 7,000 lumens at WUXGA resolution, making it one of the brightest projectors available in the market.

    “We have utilised these projectors to deliver visually stimulating and entertaining solutions that will captivate the audience. The interactive Presentation Solution - Vision Presenter as well as the newly launched 4K laser ultra short throw projector, VPL-GTZ1 are the other highlights at the show,” Tolan added.
     

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