Along with that leaked Sony laptop info we saw this morning, there's word on some upcoming Bravia LCDs and projectors due for the UK this summer. Sony's prepping two front projector models -- the VPL-AW10 and VPL-AW15 -- with 6000:1 and 12000:1 contrast ratios, 1300 lumens of brightness, and 1080/24p input via HDMI, though there's no word on actual output resolution. There are also five LCD models in the works: KDL-40D3000U and KDL-40S3000U 40-inch models, the KDL-32D3000U and KDL-32S3000U 32-inch sets, and the KDL-26S3000U 26-inch model. All of the sets are 720p and include Bravia Theatre Sync for sending remote control data, three HDMI inputs (two for the smallest set), and integrated tuners, while the D-series models add 100Hz refresh rates. The projectors and the 100Hz LCDs will be available in the UK beginning in June, the KDL-40/32S3000U LCD models will hit the streets in July, and the KDL-26S3000U will be released in September.
Sony spills new Bravia LCD and projector info