Capitol is expanding its Sony Electronics offerings to include more than two dozen of the company’s products, including professional BRAVIA displays and laser projectors, upping the ante on performance and control, in and out of the boardroom.
Sony’s professional projectors and displays are considered premium solutions for multiple applications, from manufacturing and education to meeting rooms where global videoconferences are part of the daily routine.
Similar to other Sony products offered by Capitol, the recently arrived selection of Sony professional models will be available to custom integrators in nine states: southern Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and the western portion of Wisconsin. As is the policy with Sony products, eligible dealers must first be authorized before having access to the market-leading products offered by the manufacturer.
“Sony is typically considered the best combination of performance and value in any category it’s found, but nowhere is the brand’s reputation more powerful than in the pro video channel,” said Curt Hayes, president and CFO, Capitol. “Sony professional displays and projectors are in lock-step with the needs of light commercial specialists who need to incorporate seamless, high performance video in any number of environments.”
Among Capitol’s star Sony professional performers is the FWD-65X900E 65-inch BRAVIA 4K HDR Professional Display. (Pictured left.) The slim profile and energy efficiency make it an ideal match for installations where corporate presentations and video conferencing are the norm.
Similarly, the VPL-PHZ10 5,000 lumens WUXGA laser light source projector is ideal for large spaces that require brilliant, detailed images to convey the power of a presentation, whether it is in the boardroom, lecture hall, or auditorium.
All of Sony’s new models are compatible with the latest software packages such as, Display Power Management software and IP Remote App, enabling customers to create the next generation of AV solutions.
“Sony is considered a gold standard of light commercial integration,” Hayes added. “They are the perfect solution for environments where participants are taking notes, communicating with colleagues across the globe, and studying the fine points of art and medical imaging.”