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KUALA LUMPUR: Have you ever wished you could watch 3D movies at home with a projector? Sony has made that possible with the introduction of its new VPL-HW30ES 3D home theatre projector.

The projector works with the TDG-PJ1 3D shutter glasses that weigh just 59g which makes it 18g lighter than last year’s model. The rechargeable battery in the glasses have to be charged for only 30 minutes to last 30 hours.

The projector also uses a new transmitter, the TMR-PJ1, to intelligently synchronise the image each eye receives to reduce crosstalk to a minimum.

It also uses a Dynamic Lamp Control system to boost brightness levels entering the shutters of the 3D glasses, maximising the picture’s impact and the lamp’s efficiency.

The projector has a contrast ration of 70,000:1 contrast ratio and brightness of 1,300lm, and a feature called Motionflow reduces image blur for sharper images,

The projector also runs very quietly thanks to an air discharge system that suppresses noise levels to just 22dB.

The VPL-HW30ES can project movies with a size of 40in to 300in.

It is available now for RM14,999 and will come with a pair of TDG-PJ1 3D glasses and TMR-PJ1 transmitter. — CHONG JINN XIUNG

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