Connect and Deliver When Presenting With Sony's New Projectors

VPL-CX70 and VPL-CX75 Take the Stress Out of Technology With Easy to Use Features

ATLANTA, (InfoComm, Booth # 715)

Presentations just got easier with Sony's new projectors that are designed to eliminate set- up hassles while offering an intelligent network solution for businesses.


The new VPL-CX75 model is equipped with a wireless transmission and control system so presentations can be delivered wirelessly through an 802.11b wireless network card. This new projector can be easily connected to a centralized information sharing point.

Additionally, the conference table won't be cluttered with distracting wires when using this wireless model. Featuring 2500 ANSI lumens, the CX75 is designed to provide a superior image quality. Lighting conditions in a room are less of a consideration because of the high brightness this LCD model delivers.

"Companies are looking for technology that won't be hard to use and maintain," said Jim Neal, group general manager for Sony's IT display products. "With one-touch set-up features and the option to connect remotely to a centralized network, you can concentrate more on the delivery of their presentations rather than the implementation."

Weighing 6 pounds, 4 ounces, the CX75 has a streamlined design with one- touch automatic set-up that performs keystone correction (vertical and horizontal). The unit includes an auto focus lens. It also features three LCD panels with one lens projection and has a 3.0-3.4m throw distance, which allows for bigger presentations. It comes complete with wireless network card, USB Adapter, and Memory StickĀ® flash media capabilities, giving users the option of delivering their presentations without having to connect to a PC.

The new VPL-CX70 model, also weighing 6 pounds, 4 ounces, is a portable projector that can easily be transported between meeting rooms for inner office use. The model features three LCD panels with one lens projection, producing 2000 ANSI lumens and a 3.0-3.4m throw distance. With a sleek design and intelligent set-up that automatically performs keystone correction (vertical and horizontal), the CX70 is simple to turn on and operate, with the power to deliver crisp, clear, business presentations.

Both the VPL-CX70 and the VPL-CX75 will become available this June and will be priced at about $2,200 and $3,000, respectively.

For further information please contact: Kelly Gaffney of Sony Electronics Inc., +1-858-942-8036,; or Tim O'Keeffe of Ruder Finn Switzer, +1-415-249-6763,, for Sony Electronics Inc.

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CONTACT: Kelly Gaffney of Sony Electronics Inc., +1-858-942-8036,; or Tim O'Keeffe of Ruder Finn Switzer,
+1-415-249-6763,, for Sony Electronics Inc.