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Sony Alpha α57 DSLR

Sony Alpha α57 DSLR

This 16MP camera uses translucent mirror technology for continuous auto-focus of both still and video shots. Shoots stills at up to 12fps and full HD 1080/60p video. Full specs here.

Rock Band in Real Life

Rock Band in Real Life

Sony employed one of the world’s best sound designers to craft this binaural soundscape that takes you inside the experience of preparing to rock out a capacity crowd. Headphones are a must.

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Sony Xperia S

Sony Xperia S

The Sony Xperia S has a 1.5GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB RAM, a 4.3″ 1280×720 LED-backlit screen, a 12mp rear cam, a 1.3mp front cam, NFC support, HDMI out and games from the PlayStation Suite.

Sony Crystal LED TV

Sony Crystal LED TV

Probably the coolest thing we saw at CES 2012, it uses over 6.2 million tiny LEDs, providing the smoothest, brightest, most colorful images we’ve ever seen. Too bad it’s just a prototype – for now.

PlayStation Vita (Features)

PlayStation Vita (Features)

Sony’s newest gaming system will be released on 2/22/12. In case the Vita has flown under your radar, here’s a refresher on its capabilities. Be sure to save some money for its memory cards.

Touch My Katamari: Billiards

Touch My Katamari: Billiards

The PS Vita’s version of Katamari Damacy hustles some pool in this bizarre commercial. After the wacky part, we get to see the game’s intriguing (and squishy) new touch-based gameplay.

PS Vita: AR Gaming

PS Vita: AR Gaming

Taking a cue from the Nintendo 3DS, the PlayStation Vita will ship with 6 AR cards for use in augmented reality games, three of which will be available at launch and downloadable for free. More here.

Sony HD Experiment

Sony HD Experiment

We have no idea what made Sony create this HD tech commercial, but it’s got a poodle driving half a car, neon, bubbles, robots, Iron Maiden, and is full of awesome. Hahn Beer is still our fave, though.

Sony 4k Home Projector

Sony 4k Home Projector

With a resolution of 4096×2160, the Sony SXRD VPL-VW1000ES projector offers ultimate in theater-quality home entertainment. Only got 1080p movies? Don’t fret, Sony’s working on 4k content.

Sony HMZ-T1 OLED Goggles

Sony HMZ-T1 OLED Goggles

Sony promises a virtual screen size of over 750 inches with their 720p HD OLED head-mounted display, capable of showing movies and games in 3D, as well as 5.1 surround sound.

Sony DEV-3 & DEV-5 Binoculars

Sony DEV-3 & DEV-5 Binoculars

Reminiscent of Luke Skywalker’s digital binoculars, Sony’s DEV-3 & DEV-5 shoot full HD video and stills whether you’re watching birds, beasts, butterflies or neighbors. Out this November for $1400-$2000.

Sony Vaio Z Series

Sony Vaio Z Series

The 0.65in thick and 2.6lb Z series can have up to a Core i7 CPU, 8GB RAM, and 512GB SSD. An optional Media Dock adds a Blu-ray drive and 1GB HD6650M GPU. Out in Europe already, US soon.

LittleBigPlanet: PS Vita

LittleBigPlanet: PS Vita

The world’s most creativity-inspiring game franchise comes to Sony’s next-generation PS Vita portable, taking full advantage of the handheld’s myriad control and input schemes.

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Sony NEX-C3

Sony NEX-C3

The latest in Sony’s prosumer NEX line, it offers interchangeable lenses, and a large 16.2MP APS-C sensor, high-end features for a camera of its size. DPReview has an early preview and sample pics.

Sony 3D PlayStation Display

Sony 3D PlayStation Display

This 24″ 3D LCD lets two players see different perspectives in 2D full-screen mode at once. $500 gets you the display, an HDMI cable, one pair of active 3D glasses, and Motorstorm: Apocalypse.

PS3 Wireless Headset

PS3 Wireless Headset

Just for the Sony PS3, these wireless phones blow your eardrums with 7.1 virtual surround from across the room, along with a built-in mic for chats with your buddies. Out this Sept for $100.

Sony SmartAR

Sony SmartAR

New augmented reality tech melds physical and virtual worlds without those pesky markers other AR technologies use. Instead, SmartAR recognizes images and objects. Another cool demo here.

Awesome Item of the Week

Awesome Item of the Week

Don’t just live your life, capture it in glorious 1080p HD with Sony’s pocket HD cam. The 8GB model stores up to 4 hours of MP4 video and shoots 12.8mp stills. Check back 3/15 for another pick.

Sony NGP Reveal (Video)

Sony NGP Reveal (Video)

Sony has released the official footage of the unveiling of the Next Generation Portable. It’s split into 6 parts and is 2 hours long in total, so put down your PSP, this is going to take a while.

Sony NGP: Uncharted (PSP2)

Sony NGP: Uncharted (PSP2)

Sony repeatedly claimed that the Next Generation Portable was as powerful as the PS3. Judging from this footage of an Uncharted game for the NGP, we’re inclined to believe them.

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Sony Next Gen Portable (PSP2)

Sony Next Gen Portable (PSP2)

What we know: 4-core ARM A9 CPU, 4-core GPU, 5″ OLED touchscreen, rear multi-touchpad, dual cameras, dual analog sticks, 3G, Wi-FI, Bluetooth, no UMD drive. No word on price or release date.

Sony Bloggie Touch

Sony Bloggie Touch

This 12.8mp camera can record video in 1080p, and can even shoot pictures while recording video. Controlled by a 3″ touchscreen, and has an HDMI port. There’s even a 360-degree lens option.

PlayStation Phone (Video)

PlayStation Phone (Video)

YouTuber xxmajstor was able to spend some time with the upcoming Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone. The Android phone looks exactly like the pictures we saw earlier. Another video here.

Sony MDR-Z1000 Headphones

Sony MDR-Z1000 Headphones

Are you a serious audio snob? Sony’s flagship phones are designed for professional studio monitoring, pumping out frequencies from a gut-shaking 5Hz up to an astounding 80KHz.

PlayStation Phone

PlayStation Phone

Details of the next PlayStation Portable have been leaked. The gaming device/touchscreen phone has a 1GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 1GB ROM, MicroSD card support, and a touchpad instead of an analog nub.

Sony Google TV

Sony Google TV

Sony’s first to market Google TV integrated HDTVs. LCD models range from 24-inch to 46-inch, all capable of watching tons of internet content, and running Android apps starting in early 2011.

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