The DPT-CP1 has all the features of Sony’s earlier 13″ eReader, but in a lighter and more portable 10.3″ form. It lets you read and annotate documents, take notes, read two documents at once and more. It lets you transfer files over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
The perfect addition to any gameroom (assuming you’re a Sony fan) – this 12″ wide LED accent light features the triangle, circle, X, and square button icons which set PlayStation controllers apart. The lights can glow steady or blink in a seemingly random sequence.
Sony’s quirky personal speakers give you surround sound without taking up space or completely cutting off ambient noise. The SRS WS-1 has 2W drivers and vibration motors with three levels of strength. It comes with a wireless transmitter that can pair with two units at once.
The new Sony A7R Mk. III mirrorless camera has a 42.4MP full-frame CMOS sensor. It can shoot at up to 10fps with autofocus and has a silent shutter mode, and captures 4K HDR video. It also has 5-axis optical image stabilization and twice the battery life of its predecessor.
Sony’s first completely wireless earphones are as tiny as they come, but they also have active noise cancellation. The WF-1000X even have sensors that can detect when you’re walking to automatically let ambient noise in. They can also let voices in but cancel other sounds out.
Sony’s shockproof, crushproof, waterproof RX0 offers the versatility of action cameras, but with high-end features like 4:2:2 4K video, 960fps slow-mo, 4K clean HDMI output, multi-camera control, and more. It stores 1080p/60 internally, but needs an external recorder for 4K.
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.