Sony has announced the launch of three new professional projectors: VPL-CW275, VPL-FH31 and VPL-FH36. The first has 5.100 ANSI lumens and a WXGA resolution (1280 X 800) and is intended for the corporate market, while the VPL-FH31 and VPL-FH36 models offer WUXGA resolution (1920 X 1200) and 4.300 and 5.200 ANSI lumens, respectively, for applications in universities, enterprises, museums and the medical sector.
Sony has presented three new models of projectors aimed at those looking to install a projector in a specific space. The new VPL-CW275 models, VPL-FH31 and VPL-FH36 feature BrightEra 3LCD Inorganic Panel technology, energy efficiency characteristics, installation flexibility and low total cost of ownership.
The VPL-CW275 comes with 5.100 ANSI lumens, WXGA resolution (1280 X 800) and a contrast ratio of 3000:1. while, VPL-FH31 and VPL-FH36 models are very similar, since they have a WUXGA resolution (1920 X 1200) and a contrast ratio of 2000:1. The VPL-FH31 has only 4.300 ANSI lumens, while the VPL-FH36 has 5.200 ANSI lumens.
The new VPL-CW275 projector is part of the CW255 projector line and counts - according to Sony – with one of the brightest light outputs. A new 'Picture Muting' feature can turn off the image when needed at the push of a button on the remote control. This feature can be used in the corporate market as a tool to divert attention from the screen. To make projector installation easier, Sony has added a lens shift range and a “screen adjustment” for installation adjustment.
Sony's new VPL-FH31 and VPL-FH36 projectors are improved replacements for the Japanese brand's current VPL-FH30 and VPL-FH35 models. These two projectors are aimed at those looking for a professional projector adapted to applications in universities, enterprises, museums and the medical sector. Sony claims that the image quality of these two projectors is “best-in-class” with WUXGA resolution (1920×1200) and Full HD compatibility.
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