Five Cool Things About the Sony Xperia Touch


Mobile projectors will soon takeover what smartphones can do a notch higher. Why? Because you can turn any wall or flat surface into an instant touchscreen with the same capabilities as your trusty phone.

A smart speaker, a projector and an Android tablet all combined into one device, Sony's Xperia Touch is bound to be the next tech tool must-have. A showcase of Sony's technological expertise and cutting-edge innovation, here are the five cool things about this device.


1. You can turn any flat surface into a screen. 

Equipped with Son'y SXRD display technology, the Xperia Touch turns any flat surface into a 23-inch screen with either a horizontal or vertical ultra-throw projection. Make any room a mini theater and watch your favorite movies or TV shows. You can also project video calls for and have hassle-free conversations. Its built-in speaker already sounds great, but you can easily connect it to portable speaker via Bluetooth for an even bolder sound.


2. It has a fluid interface

Aside from its projection technology, the Xperia Touch is also equipped with infrared light and real time detection by its built-in camera at a rate of 60 frames per second. The result: you have an instant, 23-inch touchscreen that fast and fluid - much like a tablet or your favorite smartphone.

3. Powered by Android

Running on Android 7.0 Nougat operating system, any app or game downloaded from Google Play Store will work on Xperia Touch. Play more games against your friends or download your favorite video streaming apps and binge-watch your favorite shows with your family.


4. It's versatile

Because the Xperia Touch can project on any flat surface, you can easily have recipes projected on a table-top for hassle-free cooking and baking. It's also handy for viewing home repair how-to-do clips on YouTube of following exercise sequences from a workout video.

5. The Xperia Touch is future proof

Sony's innovative Android projector isn't just a showcase of the brand's latest technology, it's also a platform for developers to built and create applications for. With many possibilities on the horizon, why not get yourself this kind of gadget now?

The Sony Xperia Touch retails for Php79,990 at the following Sony Center branches: Glorietta and SM Megamall.

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