Sony Xperia Touch lands in the United States, priced at $1699.99

Sony’s Android-powered projector arrives in US

Sony’s Android-powered projector arrives in US

T-Mobile is the only carrier in the country to offer the device through its brick and mortar stores, but Amazon is selling it as well. According to Sony, the device was built using the company's SXRD projection display technology, which uses a combination of infrared light and real-time detection via its built-in camera, at a rate of 60fps (frames per second). Even then it was a new implementation and it had its shortcomings. Suffice to say, the Sony Xperia Touch projector is more feature filled than gimmicky. The price is a mind-boggling $1,699.99.

You can buy an Xperia Touch from Amazon, the Sony Square display room in NY, as well as select T-Mobile stores in Chicago, LA, and Miami. The Xperia Touch is a projector that can turn any flat surface into a 23-inch Android tablet. Customers who want to buy the Xperia Touch interactive projector will have to come up with no less than $1699.99. The highest resolution of these images can be 1366 x 768. The projector is now available in the USA through Amazon and other select stores. The battery backup is poor at best lasting only 1 hour so this is not a full day device.

It is, however, a unique product that you are getting for all that cash.