Sony Expands 4K Projector Line-up with VPL-VW350ES
Sony further increased its grip over the 4K projector market with the announcement of the VPL-VW350ES at CES 2015.
It’s not totally clear, at this stage, if this is a product we’ll see in the UK, as Sony’s EU press office aren’t presently keeping any details on it but we think the news is worthy of publishing, regardless.
The VPL-VW350ES uses Sony’s 4K SXRDTM panel technology to achieve high resolution images without compromising deep contrast and fast motion capabilities. It also incorporates Sony’s exclusive TRILUMINOS technology, an enhanced optical engine design which gives richer colour reproduction . That works in conjunction with the projector’s 1,500 lumens brightness to engineer a wider colour space for more vibrant tones and increased precision.
Additionally, the projector also comes with low latency mode for gamers, as well as a set of easy to control options for enhanced home automation capability.
“With our 4K projection expertise, Sony is unrivalled in our ability to offer breathtaking image quality,” said Toshifumi Okuda, Sony Electronics Deputy President. “The VPL-VW350ES enables us to deliver the very best home cinema experience to even more of our customers.”
The VPL-VW350ES supports the latest connectivity standards through HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2, enabling users to enjoy the latest 4K content services from Sony, Netflix and Amazon Instant Video.
The VPL-VW350ES provides added installation flexibility thanks to the projector’s compact size and front air exhaust cooling system, allowing for a wide range of set-up opportunities. The projector uses a powered 2.06x zoom lens with a wide shift range, which removes the requirement for additional platform extensions in ceiling mounts. A built-in RF 3D transmitter makes it easy to provide further adaptability with a strong wireless signal for wider coverage, 3D synchronization stability and coverage.
The VPL-VW350ES will be available starting January 2015 for a, rather vague, under $10,000, and we’ll try to get information from Sony as to whether we’re likely to see it here while we’re out in Las Vegas.
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