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Sony Xperia Touch Projector Available in the US, priced at $1,699.99

Sony Xperia Touch Projector has finally launched in the United States and is priced at $1,699.99. You can buy this projector from Amazon.com, T-Mobile stores in Chicago, LA, Miami and the Sony Square display room in New York. Earlier, this projector was released in Europe back in June for a price tag of £1,299.99 or €1,499.99. It would be work like a smart speaker, projector, and an Android tablet, these all three are merged as one product that is Sony Xperia Touch device.

It is a compact, lightweight, and short throw laser projector, which displays large images on any flat surface with a 1336 x 768-pixel resolution, which are from 23-inch to 80-inch. This projector is powered by an Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which can access the variety of Google apps and services. It has used the smart IR sensor which provides smooth 10-point multi-touch interaction.

The Sony Xperia Touch is equipped with a simplified & attractive projector UI with high contrast for clear visibility and offers a 13MP camera with built-in microphone and quality stereo speakers, which helps to give clear audio & video call conversations. Also, it responds to voice commands by helping of Google Assistant. It comes in-built with a camera which can record a motion at 60 frames per second.

This projector comes with a wire and wireless connections which include BT, NFC, WIFI, HDMI, and USB Type C. It is backed by a 1300mAh battery, which enables energy up to one hour of use. Also, it comes with a 32GB of native storage to store something and even supporting an external memory to extend the memory via microSD card slot.

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