Sony’s BRAVIA VPLHW10 projector is set to deliver the excitement and immediacy of HD to a new audience. It brings technologies capable of convincingly reproducing the cinematic experience within the reach of the non-specialist buyer tempted by the idea of HD Home Cinema. Featuring a sleek new design, the VPLHW10 is fully loaded with the features you need to do justice to Full HD.

Features

  • New Full HD resolution with SXRD (silicon X-tal reflective display) panels for superior resolution, contrast, response and Blu-ray disc playback
  • BRAVIA Engine 2 technology to deliver a sharp, vibrant and life-like projection
  • 200W Ultra-High-Pressure Lamp
  • X.v Colour for an unprecedented range of rich colours
  • Deep colour for finer colour shades and smoother reproduction through HDMI
  • Advanced Iris 2 technology that automatically detects and adjusts picture brightness and contrast to reproduce the quality of the input signal
  • High resolution and sharp focus
  • New ARC-F (All Range Crisp Focus) lens
  • 1.6 times zoom lens to fill an 80″ screen at just 2.45 metres
  • Adjustable lens shift for perfect picture alignment
  • 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution
  • Incorporates BRAVIA Theatre Sync, giving you full control over all your Sony home cinema systems with the one remote
  • Two HDMI inputs for connectivity to a BRAVIA LCD TV, PlayStation 3 console or any high definition source
  • Features an ultra-quiet fan (22dB) and improved lamp life

The VPLHW10 incorporates 24p True Cinema so that all 24 progressive images are in the same sequence as the original film source. In combination with next-generation Blu-ray Disc, the same film-like motion that you could only enjoy in theatres is now available in the comfort of your own living room.

Price and availability

The VPLHW10 BRAVIA Home Projector will go on sale in September 2008, for $3,699 RRP.

Source: Sony