Sony Introduces Its First 3D Projector

Posted: Sep 23 2010, 5:18pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 23 2010, 5:24pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

Sony Introduces Its First 3D Projector
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Because everything has to be 3D

If you think there isn't enough 3D equipment out there, Sony has just the answer for you. It has introduced its first 3D projector so you can bring that 3D theater experience to the home.

The VPL-VW90ES has been given Sony's "ES" (Elevated Standard) designation. It is the first to get that branding, signifying its extreme attention to detail and performance.

The video projector market isn't huge but it is part of the market nonetheless, and thus just like everything else the move to 3D is absolutely to be expected.

This 3D projector will deliver 1080p, 240 Hz high-definition picture with 24p True Cinema support. It's unclear if Sony's existing 3D glasses for its TVs will work with this or if users will need a different version.

"Delivering on Sony’s promise of innovation, the VW90ES brings the 3D big screen theater home with another stunning full HD, sub-$10,000 home cinema projector. Sony understands the 3D ecosystem better than any manufacturer so dealers and installers can count on Sony products to deliver the best possible 3D experience," said Sony home audio/video VP Brian Siegel in a statement.

The projector will be available in November for a retail price of $9,999.

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