Sony is set to expand its range of laser light source (or Z-Phosphor) projectors by introducing two new models to the Australian market.
Designed for applications, including classrooms and meeting rooms, Sony say the new VPL-PHZ10 and VPL-PWZ10 projectors bring the benefits of laser technology — image quality, colour reproduction and virtually zero-maintenance — to customers who previously may have only been able to experience lamp-based projection.
Sony Professional Solutions’ Brad Hanrahan says “Projector users need options, since every room is different with varying installation and environmental challenges.”
“With these two new models, users now have the option of converting to laser throughout a facility, where in the past, a mix of laser and lamp models made more sense due to budget constraints.”
As well as boasting a compact blend-in slim design and lighter form-factor than it’s competition, the new projectors inherit many popular and convenient features from Sony’s existing laser models such as BrightEra 3LCD panel technology and “Reality Creation,” previously found in Sony’s high-end home theatre projection systems.
The new models have a wider lens shift range and are equipped with a built-in HDBaseT interface, which enables easier connectivity and reducing total system costs via a single cable which runs all the video, audio, control and IP signal up to 100 metres.
The VPL-PHZ10 is priced at a SRP of $4,899 while the VPL-PWZ10 lands at $3,599.
Both are available now from http://pro.sony.com.au/pro/products/projectors-home and authorised Sony projector retailers and resellers.