Sony projector with 4K HDR launched at Rs. 6,63,300: Today in India, Sony introduced its professional VPL-VW320ES home cinema projector with the 4K HDR capability. This is the third home cinema projector by Sony to support 4K HDR format in existing range, after that the VPL-VW5000ES and then VPL-VW520ES.
Sony projector with 4K HDR launched at Rs. 6,63,300
The cost of VPL-VW320ES is Rs.6,63,300. First it was unveiled at IFA 2015 and it comes with a new firmware update. This 4K HDR projector is capable for offering the higher contrast ratio when he compared to standard models.
This time Sony claims greater detail and increased colour depth with brighter highlights and the deeper black with the VPL-VW320ES. For its projector range the company has also developed a new unified control protocol by enabling intuitive and the easy integration when the multiple models are used within the same setup.
Recently, the company has launched its MP-CL1 portable projector for the smartphones at the price of Rs. 26,990. The handled projector uses the laser light source and it is capable of delivering the Full HD resolution images with the contrast ratio of 80,000:1 at the aspect ratio of 16:9 and the maximum brightness of 32 ANSI Lumens.
The MP-CL1 is the short-throw mobile projector that can easily project a display of up to 120 inches at the distance of 3.45 metres.it also offers several connectivity options and the users can connect their tablet or smartphone via MHL or HDMI. It also comes with the in-built Screen Mirroring feature that will allow users to mirror the content via Wi-Fi.
The device uses the Sony’s Laser Beam Scanning technology that enables focus free projection and it does not require even surfaces. With a matte finish it comes in an aluminum body and it weighs around 210 grams. This projector is powered by a built-in 3,400mAh battery. It also comes with a Micro-USB cable, a HDMI to Mini-HDMI adapter and a detachable two-way stand.