Sony has announced three new products at the ongoing IFA 2011 – the SMP-N200 Network Media Player, the VPL-VW95ES home projector and the BDP-S185 Blu-ray Disc Player. The SMP-N200 Network Media Player allows users to stream movies and music in both, HD and 3D; and will also play content from other devices via the built-in Wi-Fi or USB. It is DLNA certified for wireless video, audio and photo streaming. Basically, it’s a device that will turn any TV into an Internet TV.
Sony's network media player
The VPL-VW95ES home projector is a successor to the VPL-VW90ES, which was announced last September and was Sony's first 3D home cinema projector. The new projector is based on Sony’s new dynamic lamp control technology and supports rendering for 3D. According to Sony, the product is equipped with Advanced Iris 3 technology, which includes a contrast enhancer to maximize the dynamic contrast ratio and rendering a crisper and brighter final image along with Motionflow technology that reduces motion blur and judder. The projector will be launched as a part of Sony Professional, which is a division of Sony Europe and hence its availability in India hasn’t been mentioned as of now.
The VPL-VW95ES home projector
The BDP-S185 Blu-ray Disc Player allows full HD Blu-ray Disc playback and it comes with Sony’s new Precision Cinema HD Upscale technology. Available in both silver and black, the Blu-Ray Player will have one USB input and an HDMI output for 1080p picture. It will also have Sony’s new XrossMediaBar that allows Simple and fast navigation and a smoother, more realistic picture.
Sony's new Blu-Ray player
Pricing for all the three products haven’t been disclosed as of now. Also, Sony intends to ship these three devices in October, this year. However, the exact date of availability will vary by country.
Published Date: Sep 05, 2011 10:17 am | Updated Date: Sep 05, 2011 10:17 am