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    Hands on Video: The Sony Tennis Racket is an Ace

    For a long time, an advanced tennis racket was just one made of titanium with one of those little shock absorbers slipped onto the bottom. That changes after this year’s CES, where Sony has revealed their smart tennis racket. It’s basically a tennis racket – that part, you don’t change much. At the bottom of […]

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    Hands on with Sony’s Flagship 85″ Sony 4K TV

    CES 2013 saw the introduction of 4K televisions, with prices as massive as sizes. But, what was still a bit of a high-priced novelty last year has become more grounded in reality during CES 2014. This looks like it will be the year where 4K television hits the mainstream, with more than a few companies […]

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    Sony’s QX Lens-Style Cameras Get Much Needed Update

    Sony’s QX10 and QX100 cameras were pretty cool ideas – cameras jammed into a small lens form factor that can be used with smartphones – that didn’t quite have the best of executions. Fortunately, Sony isn’t giving up on them or releasing a couple of new models – they’re going back and improving the originals. […]

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    Sony Portable Wireless Server Backs Up and Charges Your Phone

    Sony is jumping into the portable media device game with their Personal Content Station and Portable Wireless Server, a couple of wireless, on-the-go storage devices that can handle streaming to tablets, smartphones, and the like. The Personal Content Station is made with cameras in mind, and is trying to be the ultimate destination for all […]

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    Sony A7 and A7r First Impressions + Sample Photos

    Sony’s recently announced A7 and A7r are the worlds smallest compact full frame cameras. To that effect, these cameras offer most of the comforts of a high-end DSLR, but in the lightweight body of a mirror-less interchangeable-lens camera. It’s because of this marriage between full frame and mirror-less that Sony Electronics’ president and COO, Phil […]

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    Sony RX10 and A7 Cameras Bring New Form Factors to Pros

    Sony has been all over the map when it comes to cameras in the last few years, but one area where they’ve definitely given specific attention is the bridge camera market, one that they’ve largely created by themselves. It’s an attempt to combine the portability of point-and-shoots with the cutting-edge tech found in DSLRs. Of […]

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    Sony Xperia Tablet Z: Kitchen Edition – Rinse & Review

    Not too long ago we reviewed Sony’s Xperia Tablet Z. We walked away impressed with its crazy thin and lightweight form factor, its water resistant abilities, excellent camera, and its general high end feature set and performance. Since then, Sony has introduced a special Kitchen Edition of the Xperia Tablet Z. Being water resistant, the […]

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    PlayStation Vita Slim and Vita TV – What You Need to Know

    Sony would like you all to forget abut the PS4 (just for a second) and listen to a name you might have forgotten – the PlayStation Vita. Sony’s most recent handheld console has had a rocky lifespan, with periods of low sales, but the company is trying to inject new life into the platform with […]

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    We Are Totally Flipping Out Over the Sony VAIO Fit multi-flip PC

    Sony has announced that three new Vaio Fit notebooks are on their way to Europe, all featuring 360 degree hinges, making them great laptop-tablet hybrid devices. The Vaio Fit 13A, 14A, and 15A all run on 4th generation Intel core processors, and with the 15A, you also have the option of adding an NVIDIA GeForce […]

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    Sony HDR-MV1 Video Recorder is For DIY Music Videos [Hands-on]

    Devices are getting really specific these days. Now, Sony is unveiling a brand new camcorder made just for people who want to make their own music videos and share them instantly. Better brush up on your guitar. What sets the Sony HDR-MV1 apart is its audio. Usually, audio on camcorders is the weak link, making […]

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    Sony VAIO Red Editions are Hot and Luxurious

    Sony’s new VAIO notebooks, which already bordered on the luxurious, are getting brand new luxury red edition models across the board. Like anything else in the expansive series of |red products, the notebooks in question – the VAIO Duo, VAIO Pro, and VAIO Fit – are all getting doused in bright red. To show they’re […]

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    Sony Xperia Tablet Z Review in 12 Memes

    There are more tablets on the market than anyone can keep track of, so needless to say, it takes a lot to stand out. Yet Sony has managed to do just that with their new Xperia Tablet Z. This 10.1″ tablet is super svelte and skinny, yet it packs in a large display. And despite […]

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    Sony Adds RX100 II and RX1R Cameras, NFC and Wi-Fi in Tow

    No other company has blurred the line between DSLRs and point-and-shoots quite like Sony. They’ve released cameras like the NEX line that offer up DSLR quality in a compact body, and now they’re coming out with two new impressive fixed-lens point-and-shoots in impressively small packages.

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    Sony Releases Action Cam Bundles for Pets and Bikes

    In late April, we saw that Sony released a few new accessories for their Action Cam, a small camera that you can strap to yourself or other things while you partake in crazy adventures like scuba diving, base jumping, or riding a bicycle through L.A. traffic. Now, those new accessories can be purchased in a […]

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    8 Incredible Things You Can Do with the Sony NEX-6 Camera

    Thanks to its 16.1MP APS-C format CMOS sensor, which is the same sensor found in a DSLR, the Sony NEX-6 camera with interchangeable lens is powerful enough to be a replacement for mid-range DSLR users. Alternatively, it can also serve as a night-out-on-the-town camera for DSLR users, for when they don’t want to be weighed down by […]