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Sony releases MicroVault Tiny USB flash drive, and WUXGA Full HD projectors

Sony has launched two new WUXGA (Wide Ultra XGA) projectors – VPL-FH500L and VPL-FH30 – which boast image resolutions of 1920×1200. Incorporating Sony’s 3LCD Bright Era Technology, the professional projectors are suited for auditoriums, lecture theatres, large meeting rooms and conference rooms.

With more content being created in high definition (HD), the VPL-FH30 and VPL-FH500L claims to deliver superior picture resolution with no loss in image detail. Both projectors are capable of horizontal and vertical shift of up to 63% and 113% respectively and this unique feature eradicates the need to tilt the projector, which can deteriorate image resolution.

The new multi-functional projectors are also offer compliant with the Grayscale Standard Display Function (GSDF) defined in Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM), making it ideal for use in healthcare institutions where viewing minute imaging details is crucial.

At 7000 lumens brightness, the VPL-FH500L features twin lamp system for automatic backup for uninterrupted meetings and lectures. The VPL-FH30 has a light output of 4300 lumens and 1.6x manual zoom, which allow for high magnification of up to 40- to 600-inch projected screen size.

The Sony WUXGA projectors feature an innovative Quad Filter System which uses a single airflow system to stop nearly all common dust particles from entering the projector. The filters themselves have an average lifespan of 15,000 hours for the VPL-FH30, and 8000 hours for the VPL-FH500L.

The VPL-FH500L will be available in February 2011, and the VPL-FH30 in March 2011, in the Asia Pacific region.

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