Sony has announced new additions to its VPL-D100 projector range, marking the second installment of new releases in the range following the first launch in July.
The company has released the VPL-DW125, VPL- DX145, VPL-DX125 and VPL-DW120 high-end projectors, aimed squarely at the small- and medium-sized business and corporate markets.
Each of the four projectors come equipped with Sony’s state-of-the-art eco features, including and auto brightness adjustment function, an auto lamp dimming function and a newly-developed cooling system, which reduces the clouding of the bulb.
The projectors come with RGB, HDMI and video inputs, as well as a 12-bit 3D digital gamma correction for images. The lamps also have estimated life-times of as long as 7,000 hours.
The DW125, DX125 and DX145 all come with LAN and wireless capabilities allowing for network presentation and control, with a wireless dongle included as standard. They also have a USB display mode, allowing for content to be projected directly from the USB port, without the need for a PC.
All of the new projectors will be available for UK consumers from November this year, coinciding with the launch of two new projectors in Sony’s education-focused VPL-E200 series, the VPL-EW275 and VPL-EW245 projectors.