Sony 3000 Lm WXGA Interactive Ultra Short Throw Projector with Dual-input Pens
Sony ultra short throw projection
Sony VPL-SW535C ultra short throw projector
Sony's new ultra short throw projection for launching interactive lessons in a classroom or establishing instant communication space in corporate
By Cindy Davis

The VPL-SW535C offers simultaneous dual-touch annotation capability on the projection screen with the use of supplied pen devices and drawing software. Combined with its ultra short throw projection, it is a great fit for launching interactive lessons in a classroom or establishing instant communication space in a corporate environment. The VPL-SW535C delivers a large image from an extremely short distance (i.e.; an 80-inch image can be achieved from 19 inches distance from the screen), which helps presenter to avoid glare from the projector when standing in front of the screen. It offers WXGA projection with powerful 3000lumens color light output. Auto lamp dimming, max 6000h expected lamp replacement timing, V:4% H:2% optical lens shift and supplied wall mount bracket helps reduce total cost of ownership.

Highlights:
3000 lumens 3LCD Projector
2500:1 Contrast Ratio
Native WXGA (1280 x 800) Resolution
Ultra Short Throw Projection (0.27-0.29:1)
Up to 6000h expected lamp life
Versatile inputs including HDMI
RJ45 for network control and monitoring
1.05x Optical Zoom
V : +/-4%, H : +/-2% Optical Lens Shift
10W Speaker
Built-in Interactivity with Dual Pen input
Creates interactive communication space
Equipped with Bright Era 3LCD Panels
12 bit 3D Digital Gamma Correction
Auto Lamp Dimming Function
Eco Mode for savings on energy
Synchronized Lamp and Filter maintenance timing
Ships with original wall mount bracket
Designed to blend in visually


About the author

Cindy Davis has had a passion for A/V and technology since taking apart her first transistor radio. She found it fun to write macros in DOS while at Lotus, but really loves her countless Apple products. Between 2000 and 2008 Davis was the editor-in-chief of Electronic House magazine. In 2011 she helped bring life to TechDecisions Media as editor-in-chief, and is continuing to contribute to TechDecisions as editor-at-large.


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