Sony's New Hi-Def Projector Is Super Portable and Sleek

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Known to push the limits of technology, Sony has another product to add to its list of inventive products with its Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector. Part of Sony’s home electronics category, this small projector has the capability of displaying an image to any surface from a short distance. Lasting around two hours on a full charge, you have the capabilities to watch your favorite movies, TV shows, and much more as it is outfitted with an HDMI output. In addition, the Sony Portable Ultra Short Throw Projector is complemented by a stand which makes it seem like an added furniture piece. It will be available in Japan on February 13 and is set to release in the U.S. sometime during the summer for approximately $800 USD.

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