Sony is a brand respected for delivering high quality solutions across a range of technology sectors. However, when it comes to Sony’s projector range, its 4K UHD resolution devices are the models that really shine. In fact, Sony is the only manufacturer to date to be able to capture 4K content at source end, and display it natively at the other end of the chain.

Standing head and shoulders above its competition for 4K home cinema projectors, Sony’s expertise is clear within the home cinema market. However, outstanding Sony projectors are also available in the office, education, short throw and laser installation projector categories.

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Our Favourite 5,000 Lumen WUXGA Office Projectors

We’ve seen the demand for WUXGA resolution projectors rise 42 per cent year on year, and we think WUXGA resolution is the ideal format for businesses looking to make that step up from older XGA or WXGA projectors or even Full HD. ProjectorPoint has a wide array of WUXGA models to choose from, here’s our pick of the market over 5000 lumens.

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The Ultimate Meeting Room Projector Showdown

Creating spaces that improve your employee’s productivity and creativity requires investment in the right tools. For all kinds of offices and event spaces, meeting room projectors play an important role. Here’s our ultimate meeting room projector showdown guide.

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Everything You Need to Know About the Sony VPL-VW270

Sony’s VPL-VW270ES offers consumers some of the highest quality performance available in the projector world. With native 4K image quality, HDMI 18GB per second bandwidth and unique Sony processing modifications such as 4K motion flow, it’s set to impress those in the market for exceptional home cinema experiences.

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The Sony VW260ES: Is Native 4K Worth the Price?

If you’re looking at investing in a decent projector, you’re going to want the best tech for your money. Is the native 4K offering of the Sony VW260ES your best option – or could your money be better spent elsewhere? Here’s what you need to know.

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