Sony Xperia Touch Android projector Review

Summarized in one sentence, the Xperia Touch is essentially a portable, Android-powered short-throw projector which can also detect a user’s touch (hence the name). It can project a virtual screen on both horizontal and vertical surfaces...
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11 Comments

1. Kuroki

Posts: 179; Member since: Nov 24, 2013

Near-stock Android experience is a con! LOL!

2. Kaloyan.C

Posts: 22; Member since: Feb 25, 2017

Whoops, that wasn't meant to be there! You saw nothing.

3. notfair

Posts: 660; Member since: Jan 30, 2017

a lot of reviewers on the internet liked this gadget but PA seems to hate it ... the device is indeed expensive but there's nothing alike and it works damn well.

4. JcHnd

Posts: 238; Member since: Apr 30, 2012

I cant with this crap.... this should be a concept not a consumer product, obviously released just to get some publciity, shame that in this point its only the bad type.

5. Dr.Phil

Posts: 2205; Member since: Feb 14, 2011

I'm not sure why Sony didn't just go with an LED light source, considering the light source they put in only gives out 100 lumens which I do agree is abysmal. Even most cheap $100 projectors easily put out more than 100 lumens. And I think they should've just gotten rid of the internal battery and instead just made it a little smaller and as a plug-in device through USB-C power.

6. buccob

Posts: 2942; Member since: Jun 19, 2012

If you read GSMarena's review of this product, you will find that 100 lumens for short-throw projectors is actually good. I agree with you about the battery situation, though I think they should have implemente a better interaction for non-touch situations.

7. gigicoaste

Posts: 428; Member since: Feb 21, 2016

you did a review for a phone ? I cannot find justification for your battery expectation since even if is compact device, ia not mean to be taken in train, plane, bike, subway.. on short, is not portable as you expect. So your rating is totally unrealistic. As a small advice, stay with phone reviews.

8. gigicoaste

Posts: 428; Member since: Feb 21, 2016

is* not meant* .. but you understand the point.

11. mixedfish

Posts: 1540; Member since: Nov 17, 2013

Yes exactly, it's no different to a desktop-replacement laptop, a few hours of battery is enough because it's supposed to be chained to the desk most of the time but easy enough to move from room to room.

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