The Sony MP-CL1 is your next projector. It produces a clear image, it has decent battery life and it's as small as your wallet.
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This is one seriously bright and long-lasting projector, and it's all about easy maintenance.
What exactly is Sony doing so right? There have been some hardware misses, of course - we shudder whenever we think of its painful DRM-ridden MP3 players - but this projector is a sign of everything that is right with the electronics giant
Originally engineered to make laptop screens brighter while reducing their current drain, Sony's X-Black display technology has made its way onto the desktop. It's now featured in many of Sony's LCD screens, due to its dazzling brightness...
Sony is perhaps better known for its range of consumer projectors, but increasingly it is bringing the same design aesthetic to its business range. The VPL-CX61 isn't so much a mobile unit as an office choice, largely due to its 3.7kg weight.
At it's rather high price point, Sony's VPL-HS60 has several points to prove: is it really better than its cheaper LCD rivals, and is it at least as good as the same-price InFocus IN76? The HS60 isn't particularly attractive
The SDM-E76D is a multipurpose monitor that's about to go on sale in the UK. Straight out of the box it looks like the perfect companion to the new black 13.3-inch Apple MacBook. The screen's plain...
Simply stunning, the new 19in SDM-HS94PB makes use of Sony's newX-Black display technology, which aims to improve clarity and contrast while widening viewing angles. The monitor more than lives up to Sony'sclaims.