Tom Di Nome
SONY HIGHLIGHTS SOLUTIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL DISPLAY AND PRESENTATION AT INFOCOMM 2012
LAS VEGAS, InfoComm Booth #C7008, June 13, 2012 - (Virtual Press Office
) - To meet today’s complex A/V requirements for professional display and presentation, Sony’s InfoComm 2012 exhibit highlights a full line of solutions designed for any application, requirement and budget. With a focus on lower total cost of ownership and high levels of performance, Sony’s line-up of new products ranges from a dozen new business projectors, LCD displays and high-definition videoconferencing systems to pan-tilt-zoom and robotic cameras, visual imaging and professional audio products.
“There are so many issues a customer needs to consider these days, whether the application is digital signage, content creation, simulation, or visual communications,” said Robin Richards, senior marketing manager, professional display at Sony Electronics. “At InfoComm, we’re demonstrating that Sony has the right mix of technologies for professional display and presentation needs in a variety of markets. These diverse technologies can help to remove much of the complexity for customers implementing any type of A/V system.”
Sony’s InfoComm exhibit highlights a full line of projectors, from compact entry-level models to units for fixed installation and larger venue applications. At InfoComm, attendees can see a dozen new projector models: ranging from new ultra short throw units to advanced installation models to units that are ideal for classroom use and for mobile applications. Sony is also showing its 4K SXRD projection technology, designed for applications where ultra high resolution is critical.
Sony’s newest ultra-short-throw projectors -- VPL-SW535C, VPL-SW525C, and VPL-SW525 models -- add new levels of flexibility and interactivity to classrooms and meeting rooms. Significant new features include interactive writing capabilities that enable simultaneous, dual-touch, interactive annotation on the projection screen with the use of supplied pen devices and drawing software.
Sony’s new classroom projectors are the VPL-E200 series, which offers a full range of brightness options starting from 2600 lumens up to 3700 lumens, both in XGA and WXGA format, to meet any possible user requirements. Sony also has new projector models ideal for a range of business applications, especially small office and home office use. Designed with a sleek and stylish look, the flexible and compact new models include the VPL-DX120 (XGA/2600lm); VPL-DX140 (XGA/3200lm), and VPL-DW120 (WXGA/2600lm).
At InfoComm 2012, Sony is highlighting its expanded line of public displays - offered in an array of new sizes, with flexible features and I/Os for video, audio and control.
The newest additions include five new models: the 55-inch FWD-S55H2 as well as the 32-inch FWD-32B1, 42-inch FWD-42B2, 46-inch FWD-46B2 and 55-inch FWD-55B2. The new models are designed to deliver bright digital signage content for a range of indoor and outdoor environments, including shopping malls, hotels and airports. They are also ideal for corporate and education presentation applications.
Digital signage is always a big part of Sony’s InfoComm exhibit, and this year is no different, with players and network cards adding to a full range of solutions allowing users to create high-impact visual displays and flexible, centrally controlled digital signage systems.
Sony’s full range of videoconferencing solutions is on display at InfoComm 2012. Sony will highlight its three high-definition systems – models PCS-XG80, PCS-XG55 and the all-in-one desktop PCS-XL55 -- as well as new servers that add multi-connection as well as recording and streaming capabilities.
The Sony systems are designed to offer high image quality; realistic and natural video reproduction; and the flexibility, convenience and affordability made easily available by visual communication. Sony’s videoconferencing solutions continue to be widely used in a diverse array of applications, from corporate, government and finance to education, medical, broadcast and legal.
Sony Electronics’ full line of professional audio technology -- ranging from portable audio recorders to wireless microphone technology to headphones – is on display at InfoComm 2012. Sony’s full line of professional wireless microphone systems includes the second-generation of the DWX Series and the UWP Series of wireless microphones – designed for stable audio reception and interference-free use. Sony’s professional headphones are designed to meet the monitoring needs of front-of-house (FOH) and studio engineers, musicians and other audio professionals working with high-resolution digital audio recording and playback equipment. Sony’s newest models include two new studio headphones (MDR-7520 and MDR-7510) and one in-ear system (MDR-7550). Sony’s digital recorders – the PCM-M10 and PCM-D50 digital field recorders -- are designed to faithfully capture live performances and events, including the most subtle of performance nuances. They can be used for high-quality recording in an array of applications, including live sound, houses of worship and theatrical performance, as well as by journalists in the field.
For more information, visit http://www.sony.com/infocomm