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Sony to Highlight Full Line of LCD Projectors at InfoComm

Sony VPL-FH300L projectorSony Electronics is highlighting its full line of LCD projectors at InfoComm 2009 (booth # 4761). The projectors include affordable compact entry-level models; units designed specifically for education; mobile and premium models, basic and advanced installation units and projectors designed for larger venues.
The new E7 Series projectors deliver a range of brightness and resolution options designed for small- to mid-sized presentations in classrooms and meeting rooms. The VPL-ES7 offers native SVGA (800 x 600) resolution and a color light output of 2000 lumens. The VPL-EX7 and VPL-EX70 models both have native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution and deliver 2000 and 2600 lumens of color light output, respectively. The new models’ brightness levels allow projected images to be clearly seen in normal room lighting so listeners can easily take notes and review materials during a presentation.
The VPL-TX7 and VPL-TX70 models both offer native XGA resolution, with color light output ranging from 2000 (VPL-TX7) to 2600 lumens (VPL-TX70). These projectors, also referred to as “Teacher’s Pet? models for their education-friendly features, offer synchronized lamp and filter replacements at 3000/4000 hours; a variety of inputs, including composite video, s-video, 2 Analog RGB/Component inputs, plus 1 monitor out with variable audio out; and RJ-45 connection for remote monitoring and maintenance
Also among the models to be highlighted are five new LCD projectors for mobile use – two premium models (VPL-MX25 and VPL-MX20) and three table-top units (VPL-DX10, VPL-DX11 and VPL-DX15). Each model delivers XGA (1024×768) resolution. The premium “M? series (VPL-MX20 and VPL-MX25) models produce a 2500 lumen Color Light Output*. They are slim, lightweight and bring a stylish look to professional presentations, with a design that matches Sony’s VAIO® notebook line and a magnesium body to endure the rigors of travel. The new “D? series mobile projectors (VPL-DX10, VPL-DX11 and VPL-DX15) have Color Light Outputs ranging from 2500 to 3000 lumens and accept a range of input signals, including both PC and video sources.
Sony is expanding its line of high-brightness 3LCD business projectors for fixed network installations, including its newest model – VPL-FW41. The projector has a WXGA resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, produces 4,500 lumens Light Output of full white image as well as 4,500 lumens Color Light Output* and is designed for presentation use in education, government, corporate, house of worship, and hospitality applications.
Finally, two LCD projectors for installation in “larger venues? are the VPL-FW300L (7,000 lumens) and the VPL-FH300L (6,000 lumens) projectors. These are ideal for smaller auditoriums, large classrooms and meeting rooms, museum exhibits, event centers, ballrooms and movie theaters for displaying pre-show content.
The VPL-FW300 projector has a WXGA+ resolution of 1366 x 800, while the VPL-FH300 unit delivers resolution of 2048 x 1080. Both models are housed in the same chassis, and share the same type of lenses, lamps, and filters as well as the same connections and network functions.

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