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Sony mobile projector with 5,000mAh built-in battery launched in India

Sony MP-CD1 mobile projector will be available in India from August 3, 2018.

  • Published: July 20, 2018 2:22 PM IST
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Sony has launched MP-CD1 ultra-portable mobile projector in India. The new mobile projector is almost equivalent to Sony Xperia smartphones in dimension and easily fits in the palm of your hand. The new mobile projector is capable of projecting content up to 304.8 cm in size from a short distance of just 350 cm.

Sony MP-CD1 mobile projector weights around 280 grams and is capable of transforming any surface into a wide screen. Sony says the ultra-mobile projector is ideal for projecting content with a large number of people. The MP-CD1 uses Texas Instruments’ DLP IntelliBright technology to intelligently manage brightness and power consumption. It has a brightness rating of 105 ANSI lumens and is capable of boosting brightness without compromising on battery life using image processing algorithms.

The technology makes it ideal for business presentation, gaming, outdoor events and movie nights. The mobile projector also features an aluminum unibody design with sleek exterior that better dissipates heat. The projector also comes equipped with a 5,000mAh battery pack allowing users to project non-stop for up to two hours.

The Sony MP-CD1 mobile projector also comes with Automatic keystone correction technology that ensures the full-screen display projection has no distortion. The technology helps when users project from an angle or onto an uneven surface without any manual alterations. “The dynamic picture mode enhances images and videos to optimal brightness and saturation.”

The mobile projector also includes a standard tripod socket on its underside and the projector is cooled using an in-built fan for noiseless projection. In terms of connectivity, the Sony MP-CD1 has HDMI and USB ports and it accepts a variety of media-streaming devices, laptops and gaming consoles. The projector boots to life in five seconds and can be connected to PC using HDMI cable.

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The projector can be charged using a standard USB Type-C port and is rated at 5V 3A for fast charging. The Sony MP-CD1 also acts as power bank and is priced at Rs 29,990. The ultra-portable mobile projector will become available starting August 3, 2018.

  • Published Date: July 20, 2018 2:22 PM IST