Mobile Business Projectors Designed To Meet All Business Environments
Sony today announced the launch of 4 new models of mobile business projectors - VPD-MX10, VPL-CX4, VPL-CS4 and VPL-CX11 - which offer bright and clear images for meetings, conferences and sales presentations.
Designed to meet all business environments, these lightweight models are sleek in design and feature simple setup, whisper-quiet operation, USB compatible and a broad range of brightness from 1000 to 1500 ANSI lumens.
The lightest new entry from Sony is the VPD-MX10 ultra-compact projector, which is ideal for traveling use. It offers an excellent 1000 ANSI lumens light output, true XGA resolution and weighing only 2 kg. In addition, the Projector Station software makes it possible to "drag-and -drop" files directly from PC to Memory Stick media, thanks to the Memory Stick slot. By importing presentations or image files directly into the Memory Stick, users can simply display the presentation or digital file without using any PC.
Both VPL-CX4 and VPL-CS4 are ideally designed for personal presentations at just 2.4 kg which is light enough to carry anywhere for the on-the-road executives. The VPL-CS4, the SVGA version of the VPL-CX4 , replaces the best selling VPL-CS3 projector to provide much sharper and brilliant images with 1000 ANSI lumens for small to mid size meeting rooms and spaces.
Portable and quick to set up, the VPL-CX11 is ideal for meetings, presentations and lectures. It has brighter output of 1,500 ANSI lumens and serves equally well as a fixed installation, for ceiling, floor or rear projection in large meeting rooms. The VPL-CX11 projector provides true XGA resolution and is USB-ready for daisy-chain connection to multiple devices. It also incorporates the feature of organizing presentation materials, changing display settings and launching files and presentation files all directly from PC by running Projector Station USB software for flexible control of presentations.
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