Sony today expanded its S series projector lineup with the launch of nine new 3LCD short-throw and ultra-short-throw projectors, enhancing its offering for the education market, and bringing high-quality, economical projection to the classroom.
The ASUS P2B is a mini DLP projector that uses LEDs as its light source. With 2GB of internal storage and a media center function, you don't even need a laptop to conduct a presentation. Find out more in this review.
The Sony VPL-HW40ES utilizes the SXRD panel technology, and features 1,700 lumens color brightness, built-in 3D IR transmitter, and is suppressed to 21dB for a quiet operation.
The new projector integrates the DynamicEco mode, which reduces power consumption of the lamp up to 70% which extends lamp life, as well as the projector's lifespan.
Marrying the picture quality of larger installation projectors with plug-and-play convenience, the new Canon Xeed WUX400ST and WX450ST Compact Installation LCOS Projectors employ a new Canon AISYS 5.0 optical engine, and an advanced Genuine Canon 1.35x zoom lens with horizontal and vertical lens-shift adjustability.
Sony has just announced that its full HD 3D VPL-HW55ES home theater projector will go on sale in the Asia Pacific region this month. In Singapore, the projector is priced at S$5,299.
NEC has announced the NC1100L Digital Cinema projector, a laser-light source projector that's aimed at exhibitors with small screens or projection booths as well as art houses, mobile cinemas, theaters in universities, and public buildings.
The NEC P451W is an entry-level installation projector with a high 4,500 ANSI lumens brightness, and a long 6,000-hour lamp life (under Eco mode). It also comes with plenty of connectivity options, including two HDMI ports, and a slew of software features. Let's take a closer look.
The VPL-VW500ES is Sony's answer to the call for an affordable 4K home cinema projector. Priced at S$13,999 and due in November, the VW500ES supports the latest HDMI 2.0 standard, has a high dynamic contrast ratio of 200,000:1, and 1,700 ANSI lumens brightness.
Incorporating the DLP projection technology, the Toshiba NP15A series projectors feature a brightness of 3,000 lumens and high contrast ratio of 10,000:1, and integrates DLP BrilliantColor technology for vibrant colors.