Sony Philippines unveiled back in November that the Philippines will get its highly-anticipated Android projector, the Xperia Touch. Now, interested buyers may get this one-of-a-kind gadget that will create better interactive experiences.
The biggest function of the Xperia Touch involves turning any flat surface into a 23-inch touchscreen with either a horizontal or vertical ultrashort-throw projection. Furthermore, the interface feels fast and fluid, especially when controlling the projector itself with finger swipes. In fact, one might say that it feels extrememly similar to a tablet or a smartphone screen. Sony makes this all possible via SXRD projection display technology while the touchscreen capacity combines infrared light and real-time detection. The detector camera itself functions at a rate of 60 fps.
In addition, the Xperia Touch also acts as a regular phablet, allowing for the use of mobile gates, online video streaming, and video calls via other apps. Holistically, it is not just a projector, but a smart device that works for any kind of user. Running on Android 7.0 Marshmallow, this means that the Touch will work with any Android-compatible app or game. Plus, the Sony platform allows for developers to build apps specifically geared towards the Sony Xperia Touch.