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Sony Debuts Enhanced LCD Business Projectors at InfoComm

Jun 15, 2006 8:00 AM

Sony has unveiled an array of LCD business projectors designed for use in several markets, including education, healthcare, government, and houses of worship.

Sony’s family of business projectors incorporates a variety of features, such as low fan noise so presentations can be easily heard, low power consumption, high brightness, and multiple input connections.

The projectors use a three-LCD panel system to produce natural and bright images. The images reproduced are gentle on the eyes without causing color break-up, also known as the “rainbow effect.” Three-LCD technology’s full light processing allows for high light efficiency but also true expression of intermediate colors so users can enjoy lifelike reproduction of dark and shadow sections.

“Our LCD projector lineup starts with entry-level models and portable units for road warriors and elevates to higher-end installed models with rich networking capabilities,” says John Kaloukian, director of marketing for Sony Electronics’ professional display group. “We have a range of projectors to fit every need, and within that range, we also have a diverse combination of features.”

For more information, visit www.sony.com.

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