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Winners of this year's GOOD DESIGN gold award, the designers at Sony corporation Arinobu Ueda, showcased their latest tech-innovation; The Xperia Touch. Unlike traditional projectors, the Xperia Touch does more than put on a show, it turns flat walls, tables or even your floor into an interactive screen. With short-throw projection, Wi-Fi connection and state-of-the-art touch functionality, this portable projector adds a whole new dimension to your home.

The Xperia Touch doe not just show images, it responds to your touch. Built with the latest Sony intelligence it is a portable projector that is easy to use and remarkably smart. The device not only lets users manipulate table and wall projections with simple touch operation but also searches for information and launches apps on voice command.

Running on Android, the device supports Google Play apps and enables users to share their individual smartphone experiences with families and friends. All in all, the Xperia Touch is a captivating new communication tool. The projector combines infrared light array with 60fps camera capture to turn a flat surface in your home into a 23-inch touchscreen.

The device automatically turns on when it senses the user’s approach. This lightweight, compact body boasts top technologies – miniaturised. It includes Sony's unique SXRD short throw projection unit and strategically-placed two-way stereo speakers for rich sound.

Have a look at the Sony Xperia Touch, in action, in the video below:


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