The company says that at 4,000 lumens, it’s the brightest in its class.
The folks at Sony have announced a brand new projector that utilizes Laser Light Source Technology to light the way. It boasts 4,000 lumens brightness, which Sony says is the highest in the class, and features a WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution.
The new projector, which doesn't have a model number listed yet, is a followup to the VPL-FH31 and VPL-FH36 projectors and is designed to be custom installed.
"Installation projectors not only have to reproduce the highest quality images but also be relatively maintenance free and eco-friendly," says Robert Meakin of Sony Professional Solutions Europe. "The Laser Light Source Projector delivers on all accounts being mercury free, offering an incredible brightness of 4,000 lumens."
As Sony did not release a picture, the projector photo you see is the very similar VPL-FH36.