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Sony Unleashes VPL-VW90ES And VPL-HW20 Home Projectors


Sony Electronics Asia Pacific (in Singapore) has unveiled the latest VPL-VW90ES 3D, and VPL-HW20 high definition home projectors for consumers who want the best cinematic movie watching experience.

Asia-Pacific, 30 September 2010 – Sony has launched the latest VPL-VW90ES 3D home projector in Asia Pacific today. The VPL-VW90ES 3D home projector utilizes Sony’s active shutter 3D glasses, the company’s innovative technologies such as Sony’s 24p True Cinema and 240Hz SXRD panel, gave audience a completely natural and immersive 3D viewing experience.

With the ability to project 3D in Full high definition (HD) 1080p, the VPL-VW90ES features an upgraded SXRD panel and claims to be the first 3D projector with a high frame rate of 240Hz. Additionally, the projector uses a single Ultra High Performance (UHP) lamp that drives brightness of 1,000 ANSI lumens and delivers amazing sharpness, and deep black levels with Sony’s Advanced Iris 3 technology; the dynamic contrast ratio is 150,000:1.

The projector is capable of taking 2D video and simulating 3D images, injecting new life to classic movies and games, allowing a wide variety of content to be enjoyed. The projector opens up another dimension for avid gamers with rapidly increasing number of 3D stereoscopic game titles such as WipEoutHD and MotorStormII on the PlayStation3, in crystal clear high definition.

The VPL-VW90ES is simple to setup and ideally suited to meet a wide range of installation configurations. Customers can personalize the projector depending on the content they are showing and the size of the room they are in. The stylish projector sports a black glossy piano finish and constructed to perfection. It is quiet too, thanks to its incredibly low fan noise of just 22dB.

The VPL-VW90ES SXRD 3D home projector will be available in November 2010 in Asia Pacific through Sony’s authorized installers and specialty dealers. It will come equipped with two pairs of Sony’s active shutter 3D glasses and a built-in 3D transmitter.

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