Sony Virtually Visits Duke

Our good friends at Sony visited Duke, virtually, this past week to have a conversation about two of their key market segments. First, Sony is updating the projector that has become our “go to” ~5,000-lumen laser projector (VPL-PHZ10) for many of our classrooms. It’s a minor update, but they are breaking out Ethernet/HDBT connection to have one dedicated Ethernet port and one dedicated HDBT connection. Best of all, they’ve let us know that the price should be nearly the same!

Second, Sony conveyed that they will be introducing a new line of “pro-sumer” displays that should better compete with other manufactures when it comes to price. “Pro-sumer” displays aren’t designed to run 24/7/365, but rather 12-16 hours a day, perfect for higher education. We look forward to seeing these new devices enter the market.


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