The Sony Laser Light Source Projector Announced

The latest announcement from Sony was made during ISE 2013 and it involved the future of their WUXGA projector, which will use a Laser Light Source. It’s a revolutionary device and it will be the first 3LCD laser projector in the world, with 4000 lumens and a resolution of 1920×1200. When it will be released, this model will be the brightest model of this type available. The design used for this installation projector from Sony will be  based on models like VPL-FH36 or VPL-FH31, both very popular from the F series. The series it’s based is considered by many to be the best model in the category that it belongs to. One of the reasons why it’s considered so good is because the projector’s chassis gives you a lot of flexibility and it has a nice white finish which allows it to blend with any environment that it’s in.

One of the advantages of a projector with a Laser Light Source is the fact that you don’t have to change the lamp at some point in the future, so it’s more durable and at the same time the ownership cost of the projector is reduced. You should have a total of 20,000 hours without maintenance required, which makes the device a good choice for education institutions and corporations, where the projector would be used extensively.

Sony-Laser-Light-Source-ProjectorAn installation projector needs to meet certain standards when it comes to the quality of the image, but also when it comes to how eco-friendly they are or the amount of maintenance that is required. Sony’s projector manages to cover all these aspects well, thanks to its reduced TCO and the fact that it’s free of mercury. Add to that its 4000 lumens brightness and you get a model that should be a great choice.

Instead of using LED technology, this projector uses lasers, so the brightness level is optimum. The superb picture quality is obtained through a 3LCD engine, which gets the white light. This Laser Light Source tech allows the projectors that use it to offer images that are bright, improved contrast and improved usability, as well as color stability.

This projector can be installed any way you like and this increased flexibility comes from the fact that it’s tilt free and it has a portrait mode that is very efficient, so both education institutions and corporations will find it user friendly. The model will be released during the third quarter of 2013.

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