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XPERIA Touch, Interact with any surface

XPERIA Touch is a portable next generation projector that uses Infrared light to detect touch and other interactive input. All you've got to it is point it at any surface and it will become alive.

Whether you want to draw, write, or make video call you can do it with this amazing gadget. Just touch a contacts name and you are in a video call with them or transform your kitchen top in to an interactive screen for your next delightful recipe.

XPERIA touch not only projects but it can detect touch or any kind of interaction process and responds just like any touchscreen device.
Its truly amazing and with the passage of time when more apps are included to support it, it will become more useful.


Specifications:


Memory: LPDDR3 3GB
Storage: eMMC 32GB, microSD slot
Android N
932g
69 x 134 x 143 mm
Approximately one hour usage in continuous video playback mode1
Mic
Accelerometer*2
e-Compass
GPS
Gyro
Ambient light
Barometer
Temperature
Humidity
Human detection
Wi-Fi: 11 a/b/g/n/ac (SISO)
Miracast sink
Bluetooth 4.2
NFC
USB Type-C
HDMI Type-D
Projector System
SXRD three primary colors LCD shutter Projection System
1366x768
Auto Focus
23-80 inches
Laser Diode2
100 lumens
4000*1
13 Megapixels
LED
Touch Control using IR sensor, 10 point multi-touch
Two-way Stereo Speakers
USB Power Delivery 15V

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