Sony adds three new member to its native 4K HDR Home Cinema laser projectors lineup: VPL-XW7000ES, VPL-XW6000ES and VPL-XW5000ES.
One of its highlights is the world’s smallest Native 4K SXRD 0.61″ panel, even if it is small in size, it is still able to give UDH (3840 x 2160) resolution output. You will get rich, inky blacks and clear cinematic motion and picture smoothness.
With a compact chassis design of Sony, the VPL-XW7000ES, the VPL-XW6000ES and the VPL-XW5000ES are powered by picture processor is based on technology used for the Bravia TV series and optimized for projectors, enabling features like Dynamic HDR Enhancer and Object-based Super Resolution to create expanded dynamic range and amazing clarity.
The VPL-XW7000ES, the VPL-XW6000ES and the VPL-XW5000ES feature input lag reduction mode which promises to dramatically improves the performance of the display reaction speed to ensure gamers can enjoy the best possible experience.
All these models deliver 3,840 x 2,160 4K resolution images quality with 8.3 million pixels, offering flexibility and options for consumers with today’s variety of home media viewing rooms and differing lighting needs.
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