Sony Singapore introduces VPL-VW90ES 3D home theatre projector

VW90ES Sony Singapore introduces VPL VW90ES 3D home theatre projector

Singapore, 11 November 2010 – Relish in the ultimate 3D cinematic visual experience in the comforts of your living room with Sony’s latest VPL-VW90ES 3D home theatre projector. The VPL-VW90ES 3D home theatre projector utilizes Sony’s active shutter 3D glasses and innovative technologies used in cinema-grade projectors such as Sony’s 24p True Cinema and 240Hz SXRD panel, to present its audience with a completely natural and immersive 3D viewing experience.

The VPL-VW90ES features an upgraded SXRD panel that allows it to project 3D in Full HD 1080p resolution. The industry leading high frame rate works to minimize image distortion or “crosstalk” (double imaging), delivering an unrivalled 24p True Cinema 3D, as well as 2D high definition cinematic experience. Additionally, the projector uses a single Ultra High Pressure (UHP) lamp that drives brightness of 1,000 ANSI lumens and delivers astounding sharpness, deep black levels thanks to Sony’s proprietary Advanced Iris 3 technology to present an extraordinary dynamic contrast ratio of 150,000:1.

The projector is capable of taking 2D video and simulating 3D images at the press of a button, injecting new life to classic movies and games, allowing a wide variety of content to be enjoyed. Extremely easy to setup, ustomers can personalize the projector depending on the content they are showing and the size of the room they are in. It is quiet too, thanks to its incredibly low fan noise of just 20dB.

The purchase of the VPL-VW90ES will include two pairs of Sony’s active shutter 3D glasses and a built-in 3D transmitter. Sony’s 3D TV glasses can be used for this product, but it requires a polarized filter to be attached to it. The VPL-VW90ES 3D home theatre projector will be available from mid November 2010 in Singapore through Sony’s authorized dealer AV One Pte Ltd at the SRP of S$14,900.

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VW90ES Sony Singapore introduces VPL VW90ES 3D home theatre projector

Singapore, 11 November 2010 – Relish in the ultimate 3D cinematic visual experience in the comforts of your living room with Sony’s latest VPL-VW90ES 3D home theatre projector. The VPL-VW90ES 3D home theatre projector utilizes Sony’s active shutter 3D glasses and innovative technologies used in cinema-grade projectors such as Sony’s 24p True Cinema and 240Hz SXRD panel, to present its audience with a completely natural and immersive 3D viewing experience.

The VPL-VW90ES features an upgraded SXRD panel that allows it to project 3D in Full HD 1080p resolution. The industry leading high frame rate works to minimize image distortion or “crosstalk” (double imaging), delivering an unrivalled 24p True Cinema 3D, as well as 2D high definition cinematic experience. Additionally, the projector uses a single Ultra High Pressure (UHP) lamp that drives brightness of 1,000 ANSI lumens and delivers astounding sharpness, deep black levels thanks to Sony’s proprietary Advanced Iris 3 technology to present an extraordinary dynamic contrast ratio of 150,000:1.

The projector is capable of taking 2D video and simulating 3D images at the press of a button, injecting new life to classic movies and games, allowing a wide variety of content to be enjoyed. Extremely easy to setup, ustomers can personalize the projector depending on the content they are showing and the size of the room they are in. It is quiet too, thanks to its incredibly low fan noise of just 20dB.

The purchase of the VPL-VW90ES will include two pairs of Sony’s active shutter 3D glasses and a built-in 3D transmitter. Sony’s 3D TV glasses can be used for this product, but it requires a polarized filter to be attached to it. The VPL-VW90ES 3D home theatre projector will be available from mid November 2010 in Singapore through Sony’s authorized dealer AV One Pte Ltd at the SRP of S$14,900.

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