We got a chance to check out Sony’s nifty compact LSPX-P1 short throw projector, and found it to be a great way to add a splash of art, color, light, or movement to any flat surface – from walls to desktops to floors. Check out our full review on Technabob.
The incredible new α9 sports a 35mm full-frame sensor stacked with memory, allowing for 20fps continuous shooting at 24.2 MP, 4K video, crazy fast exposure and focus tracking, a silent, distortion-free shutter, and an OLED viewfinder which doesn’t black out between shots.
The Xperia XZ Premium has an HDR-enabled 5.5″ 4K touchscreen. Its 13MP front camera and 19MP rear camera both have optical image stabilization. The rear camera also has a 960fps slow motion mode, and can automatically take photos so you can catch fleeting moments.
Transform your PlayStation 4 or PS4 Pro into a showpiece with these awesome wood skins from TOAST. They’re precision cut from real wood with an easy to apply and residue-free stick-on backing, and have cutouts for proper ventilation. Laser engraving is also available.
It’s not as thin as LG’s wallpaper TV, but Sony’s upcoming A1E is a sight to behold as well. It’s also rocking an OLED display for excellent blacks and viewing angles. It has a kickstand that also houses its guts, keeping the display itself thin and nearly borderless.
The 8-Bit Guy shares four relics from the dawn of consumer digital photography. Sony’s Mavica line and Panasonic’s competing PalmCam used either floppy disks or mini discs for storage. They were slow and bulky, but already had the defining features of digital cameras.
With a much more powerful GPU, a faster CPU and memory, and a 1TB HDD, this special model of the PlayStation 4 lets existing and new titles play with improved textures, frame rates and effects, in resolutions up to 4K at 60fps. Some games will also support HDR. Drops 11/10/16.
Sony ups its compact superzoom game with the new RX10 III. It has the same 1″ 20MP sensor as the Mk. II, but its lens now maxes out at an insane 600mm. It also has 4K video, Wi-Fi and NFC, optical image stabilization and up to 960fps slow mo. Still no touchscreen though.
Sony presents a PS4-ready alternative to the Oculus Rift. The launch bundle includes an HD OLED headset, with built in motion sensors, 3D audio, a pair of Move controllers, a Playstation Camera, and VR Worlds. Pre-orders start 7am PDT 3/22/16, and start to ship this October.
Sony has phased out the Xperia Z line, and the X Performance is its new flagship (the 4K screened Z5 Premium is still on sale). It has a Snapdragon 820 CPU, 3GB RAM, 5″ 1080p display, an all-metal body, a microSD slot and a 23MP rear camera with hybrid autofocus.
PlayStation pats itself on the back for its 20th anniversary in North America. The video looks at the console giant’s past, present and future, though they glossed over the sorry states of the PSP and PS Vita. Watch them unbox a sealed original PlayStation here.