Sony’s display solutions are touring the United States, and the first stop yesterday was the Gold Ballroom in the Pennsylvania Hotel, New York City, right across the street from Madison Square Garden.
The newest Sony display and projection technology was on hand, including the brand new laser light source projector, as well as new 4K professional projectors and new consumer 55-inch 4K television. After a presentation and hands-on demo time, those that attended got a pretty good preview of what Sony will be showing at InfoComm next month.
The laser light source projector was a hot item, and we got to see a demo of how the new projector compared to other models. The difference in the brightness was very clear to see, and I would encourage everyone to go see it in person.
The two 4K professional projectors used to display Scalable Display Technologies‘ blended picture software also gathered a crowd. Using the 4K projectors in combination with the blending software created a large image that was still crisp and clear even if you were very close to the screen.
Sony’s short throw projectors are still popular items, and they were demonstrated with an app that allows the user to control the projector remotely from a tablet or mobile phone all over a WiFi connection. You can even take a photo with the app from your mobile device and project it right away on the screen, a great application for teachers.
If you want to get all the details on the new products and technologies being shown, come visit the tour and meet our marketing team when it hits your area, click here for details:
Boston | Thursday, May 9
Philadelphia | Tuesday, May 14
Chicago | Friday, May 17
Phoenix | Wednesday, May 22
San Jose | Thursday, May 30
We hope to see you there! To learn more about our full projector lineup, visit: sony.com/projectors
The Sony Display Solutions Marketing Team (pictured below) from left to right: Sander Phipps, Rose Jersey, Mark Bonifacio, Dianne LaGuardia, Wally Mohri
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