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Sony Exhibits Wide Range of New Products at Integrate 2017

Sony will be displaying a wide range of new projectors, displays, and applications at Integrate 2017. The new range is targeting the professional, home theatre, education and commercial markets.


The first cab off the rank will be Sony’s CLED display featuring amazing contrast, bright colours, brighter whites and dark blacks. The CLED is a gigantic display that makes it quite suitable for life-sized displays whether it’s in a gallery or boardroom. Powered by Sony’s innovative Crystal LED technology, the display pushes the boundaries of conventional displays.

Complementing the CLED, Sony will also be showing off their new Ultra-Short Throw 4K HDR projector – VPL-VZ1000ES. The VPL-VZ1000ES brings a significant expansion to Sony’s range of ultra-short throw projectors. Supporting both 4K and HDR, the projector can be installed from as little as 6 inches away from the wall and still output a 100-inch image in 16:9 format.

On the other end of the projector range, Sony will also be displaying the VPL-PHZ10. A Z-Phosphor™ based laser light source projector, this model brings a more cost-effective solution to the market. The price point makes it suitable for applications in the classroom and meeting rooms.

In addition to cool new media hardware, Sony will also, for the first time, exhibit their new Vision Exchange. Vision Exchange has been developed for Mac or PC and aims to help foster better engagement within workgroups in a collaborative environment.

Last but not least, no Sony stand is without the latest BRAVIA display. This year, Sony will have their BRAVIA HD and 4K Professional Displays available for viewing. Their large format display screens offer a wide range of superior quality and content management solutions to improve audience engagement.

Integrate 2017 runs between the 29th and 31st of August at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Sony will be located at stand H40.

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