Sony Xperia Touch Projector is an expensive technology at $1,700 yet it’s out of stock already on Amazon and the company says more stock is coming soon.
Sony has launched something kind of innovative for the masses. Powered by Google’s Android operating system, the newly announced Xperia Touch is a projector which allows users to actually touch the projection and interact with it.
While most projectors simply make your Android phones or tablet screens look large on a wall or floor, they are not something that you could interact with. Instead, you still have to interact with the touchscreen to get the work done.
Sony Xperia Touch has 10-point touch detection allowing you to make a tabletop, a wall or even the floor into a smart device. Now, you can play Angry Birds anywhere, watch Netflix or browse through products on Amazon by swiping your hands on a table.
Multiplayer games like Fruit Ninja, Badlands and Air Hockey may become extremely addictive when you directly swipe on the table along with friends to score the highest. The projector costs a massive $1,700 yet seems to be doing well in the market.
On the specifications front, the Sony Xperia Touch creates images at 23 inches up to 80 inches on a flat surface with a resolution of 1366 x 768. The device is powered by a Soc, 3GB of RAM, 32 GB storage with SD card slot, has Wifi AC, Bluetooth, Type C ports and even a 13mp camera with stereo speakers.
It runs on Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box and works with Google Assistant. The Xperia Touch is a great choice for educational institutions and offices, possibly for home users who can afford it.