Sony VPL-PX41 Video
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The good: Stylish design; built-in networking capabilities; smooth video performance; accurate colors; full assortment of connections.
The bad: Relatively heavy for its output; inconvenient location of control panel; little support available; low brightness for its size.
The bottom line: The Sony VPL-PX41 projector features built-in networking and excellent video capabilities, but it is expensive and otherwise undistinguished.
Sony VPL-PX41 Specs
Part number: VPL-PX41
- Product Specifications