THE DAILY SCOPE, 4/26/22: Today, Sony has announced the release of its next generation of Native 4K HDR Home Cinema laser projectors. This new line of projectors includes the VPL-XW7000ES, the VPL-XW6000ES, and the VPL-XW5000ES, which are all powered by Sony’s X1 picture processor which is based on technology used in the company’s BRAVIA TV series. In regards to the new product releases, Tyler Ishida, President of Consumer Business Group at Sony, said in the press release: “We’re excited to debut these compact, high-brightness laser projectors, with a new design that creates flexibility and options for consumers with today’s variety of home media viewing rooms and differing lighting needs.”
In other news, Dell Technologies has unveiled a range of new Latitude and Precision notebooks, which are designed to optimize the hybrid work experience. The Latitude 9330 features a 13-inch display and an ultra-thin 16:10 InfinityEdge display to make the device ideally suited for on-the-go work. The new Precision 7670 and the Precision 7770 come with two chassis options -thin or performance- and feature user-customizable graphics cards. The Precision 7770 has a larger 17-inch display.
Lastly, Klipsch, an audio solutions provider, has unleashed its new ProMedia Heritage 2.1 Heritage multimedia speaker system, which is suitable for any home office, workstation, or gaming station. Each speaker system features an 8-inch subwoofer and 100w amplifier with a rear-firing tube port. The sound system, which retails for $349, is available in black walnut or ash wood finish.
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