Sony Xperia Touch Portable Android Projector

Sony unveiled Xperia Touch in February this year. Now the portable Android projector has been available. Want to interact with your favorite apps and games by its virtual touchscreen? Let’s keep checking.

Sony Xperia Touch Portable Android Projector

The Xperia Touch is an advanced Android powered portable smart projector that measures 5.3 x 2.7 x 5.6 inches and weighs 2 pounds. Compared with the Sony ultra short throw projector, the smart projector boasts a more compact form factor, so you can effortlessly place it anywhere in your house or take it for any outdoor activity. The grill-style casing and solid black panels deliver elegant and stylish appearance design.

Sony Xperia Touch Portable Android Projector

Sony Xperia Touch is capable of displaying large images from 23″ to 80″ on any flat surface at 1336 x 768 pixels resolution, and it features 100 lumens of brightness. Furthermore, using quality stereo speakers the Android projector delivers a comfortable multimedia playback experience.

More importantly, unlike any projector on the market, Xperia Touch is able to turn any flat surface into an interactive and collaborative touchscreen, and it runs Android 7.0 OS, so you can use it to fully enjoy various apps and games, and it delivers an intuitive touch control experience. Moreover, Xperia Touch also comes with a 13MP camera that allows you to make video chat with your friends and family.

In addition, the Android projector has 32GB internal storage and a microSD card slot, and its wired and wireless connection options include Bluetooth, WiFi, NFC, HDMI and USB-C. Its built-in rechargeable battery offers up to one hour of use between charges.

Sony Xperia Touch portable Android projector is priced at $1,699.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon for its more details.

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