Short Throw Projection
This technology has advanced quickly in a short space of time. Originally showcased in large display units just a few years ago, the technology has been successfully miniaturised into the new Xperia Touch.
This portable weighs under a kilogram and is easily carried from one location to the next. Yet it is capable of displaying a massive 80-inch widescreen image on any surface from just a short distance away.
Thanks to a combination of infrared sensors and lasers to calculate distances, the Xperia Touch can pinpoint an attempt to touch the projected image.
When a solid object interferes with the stream, should it be calculated the same distance away as the overall projection surface at that point in the stream, a touch will be registered. Using Android as a base for the system interface, 10 point multitouch is supported.
Far more than a simple projector, Xperia Touch has full Wi-Fi capabilities for an Internet connection.
Treated as a piece of intelligent smart home equipment, the unit can respond to queries and search requests either via the Sony Assistant or Google Assistant, with the added benefit of projecting the results into a fully interactive display.
Imagine this scenario: You ask out loud to search for a Thai restaurant. The results are listed on your coffee table, collated by Google Assistant and displayed by the Xperia Touch. You pick one and tap the result to open it in Maps. You finish up the interaction by tapping on the table to save a route and set a reminder. No need to open your phone – everything is completed via speech and touch via the projector. When you head to the car later, the saved route is available in Maps as you dock your phone securely in the car dash.
With Internet access, you can also stream from popular sources such as YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime and more. Try setting the Xperia Touch up in your kitchen. Throw a video on to the worktop surface and easily pause and resume while you work, without the risk of dropping a phone or tablet or getting it dirty.
Sony Xperia Touch also has a proximity sensor. The system can recognise when someone approaches, quickly booting up to show unread messages, notifications or notes from the rest of the house you ought to be taking notice of!
Reasons to buy Sony Xperia Touch
- Project a touchable display
- Short-throw projector
- Make an interactive screen on any flat surface
- Play games, watch films and communicate
- Full Android 7 (Nougat) system with notifications
- Integration with other Sony smart home items and IoT equipment
- 10-point multi-touch input for projection at 23 inches
- Expand projection up to 80 inches with automatic calibration
- Two-way Stereo Speakers
- Proximity sensor for automatic powering on from sleep mode
Sony Xperia Touch Specifications
Memory and storage
- Memory: LPDDR3 3GB
- Storage: eMMC 32GB & microSD slot
- Android 7 (Nougat)
- Size: 69 x 134 x 143 mm
- Weight: 932 grams
- Approximately 1-hour usage in continuous video playback mode
- Ambient light
- Human (motion) detection
- Wi-Fi: 11 a/b/g/n/ac (SISO)
- Miracast sink
- Bluetooth 4.2
- USB Type-C
- HDMI Type-D
- SXRD three primary colours
- LCD shutter Projection System
- Resolution: 1366×768
- Focus: Auto Focus
- Projection size: 23-80 inches
- Source: Laser Diode
- Brightness: 100 lumens
- Contrast: 4000*1
- 13 Megapixels
- Touch Control using IR sensor
- 10 point multi-touch
- Two-way Stereo Speakers
- USB Power Delivery 15V