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Sony 13-inch Digital Paper In White Looks Even More Like A Piece Of Paper

If you haven’t heard, Sony DPT-CP1 10-inch Digital Paper has a bigger brother, the Sony DPT-RP1 13-inch Digital Paper. It is basically the DPT-CP1, but larger for seeing and writing more. We have just received a note from Sony, announcing a new color option, white, for the Sony DPT-RP1 13-inch Digital Paper. The new, white 13-inch DPT-RP1 model is mere color change, which means it shares the same features as the current black model. Continue reading Sony 13-inch Digital Paper In White Looks Even More Like A Piece Of Paper

That’s Not A Bong, It Is Sony’s New Candlelight Lamp Bluetooth Speaker

What looks suspiciously like a Bong is actually Sony’s new LSPX-S2 Glass Sound Speaker. The LSPX-S2 is the second Glass Sound Speaker following the LSPX-S1 introduced a couple of years ago, but this time, it is less silly looking – thanks to a little more curves. LSPX-S2 was announced on the 8th, but strangely, it was not Sony US website; instead, we found it on Sony UK. Continue reading That’s Not A Bong, It Is Sony’s New Candlelight Lamp Bluetooth Speaker

Sony’s New Turntable Is Wireless, Lets You Digitize Your Vinyls

Sony has announced a new turntable at CES 2019 that combines the best of wireless audio and the warm sound of the good’ol vinyl. Sporting a minimal yet sleek design, the Sony PS-LX310BT Wireless Turntable is outfitted with a Bluetooth module that allows it to playback your favorite records through any wireless speaker. I don’t know about you, but I seriously think the PS-LX310BT may be a dream come true to a lot of music lovers. Continue reading Sony’s New Turntable Is Wireless, Lets You Digitize Your Vinyls

Nike’s Third Paul George Kicks Pays Homage To The Original Playstation

Video game console-themed sneakers are not new. We have seen it happen before, notably the two creations by shoe customizer Freaky Sneaks: a pair of Super Nintendo-theme and a pair of NES-themed Jordan. But those weren’t the official Nike goods, until Paul George declared his passion for video gaming and his love for Playstation. And then the PG2 was born. Continue reading Nike’s Third Paul George Kicks Pays Homage To The Original Playstation

Meet The World’s Smallest Travel High Zoom Cameras From Sony

The new Sony Cyber-shot, the DSC-HX99 and DSC-HX95, maybe incredibly compact, but they packs quite a punch, especially with respect to zooming. Affording them with high zoom is the ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* optics which allows it a zoom range of 24 mm up to an astonishing 720 mm super-telephoto. Furthermore, it gets 4K movie recording and at the heart of both models, is the BIONZ X image processing engine, paired to a front-end LSI that affords it with high-speed continuous shooting at up to 10 fps with a buffer limit up to 155 images. Continue reading Meet The World’s Smallest Travel High Zoom Cameras From Sony

Netflix Calibrated TVs Is A Thing And They Are Available With Sony BRAVIA TVs

How many of you here thinks that Netflix is up there in the cinematography arena? I am guessing, not many. Notwithstanding my skepticism and maybe yours too, Sony and Netflix has teamed up to create a Netflix Calibrated Mode for Sony BRAVIA MASTER Series televisions with the sole purpose of ensuring “picture quality preservation according to the filmmaker’s vision and intent. Yup. You that right, even for Netflix shows, movies and whatnot. From the horses’ mouth: Continue reading Netflix Calibrated TVs Is A Thing And They Are Available With Sony BRAVIA TVs

Sony Partners New Balance To Put e-Paper On This Concept Sneakers

Sony, if you haven’t already heard, wants to dabble beyond electronics. It is taking a dip into the fashion world too, starting with the FES Watch U and this: a pair of sneakers called 247 v2 Concept by New Balance. OK. Maybe Sony is not expanding into fashion. What it really wants is to showcase the possibilities when you combine technology and fashion, and the concept New Balance kicks is the other piece of fashion-tech marriage that will help to push the notion forward. How so with the sneakers? Well, if you have noticed, it has e-Paper incorporated into it. Continue reading Sony Partners New Balance To Put e-Paper On This Concept Sneakers

Sony Has A Wrist Watch That Isn’t A Smartwatch. It Is A Digital Fashion

The mention of Sony and timepiece may evoke the idea of smartwatches, but the Sony FES Watch U is NOT a smartwatch. It is the first fashion watch from Sony. This being a product of Sony means that, despite it not being a smartwatch, it is not your ordinary wrist watch. It is the first of its kind in the market to utilize e-Paper technology that allows you to change the design of the watch at the touch of a button. Sony FES Watch U is conceived with the aim of marrying fashion and technology in a way that it will let people express themselves “in the most individual way.” Continue reading Sony Has A Wrist Watch That Isn’t A Smartwatch. It Is A Digital Fashion

Here Are Some New Sony Headphones For Audiophiles With Deep Pockets

Attention audiophiles, here are some new products from Sony that are sure to be music to your ears. There is a prerequisite though and that is, you ought to have pretty deep pockets, but more on that later. Sony has just announced that it has remastered its Signature Series with IER-Z1R In-Ear Headphones and DMP-Z1 Digital Music Player. In addition, it has introduced two musical in-ear monitors, IER-M9 and IER-M7 In-ear Stage Monitors, and a new audio cans, the MDR-Z7M2 Headphones – a follow up to its acclaimed MDR-Z7 Signature Series Headphones. Continue reading Here Are Some New Sony Headphones For Audiophiles With Deep Pockets

The Original Playstation Miniaturized, Pre-loaded With 20 Classic Games

Sony Interactive Entertainment, the division behind the hugely popular game console Playstation, seems to have picked up what’s Nintendo has been doing: rebooting classic console, albeit in a smaller size. Meet the Playstation Classic, a miniaturized version of the original Playstation that started it all. It looks exactly like the original, sporting the exact same buttons and graphics, except that it is 45 percent smaller, packs modern day HDMI output, and also, it does not have physical memory card and neither does it have a functioning CD reader. Continue reading The Original Playstation Miniaturized, Pre-loaded With 20 Classic Games