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Sony 360-Degree Display

Sony 360-Degree Display

3D displays are everywhere these days. But Sony is showing off the next generation of 3-dimensional screens, providing 360-degree volumetric images that you can walk around and gesture control.

Sony Handycam NEX-VG10

Sony Handycam NEX-VG10

Sony’s latest Handycam has the unique distinction of being the first and only HD consumer camcorder with interchangeable lenses. It’s also got a massive Exmor HD sensor, providing film-like image quality.

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Sony VAIO Signature Collection

Sony VAIO Signature Collection

Seamlessly blending elegance with timeless style, Sony is offering a collection of limited edition VAIO latops for those of us with distinctive taste. We’re digging the cool textures of the Arabesque laptops.

Gioteck MX-1 Micro Remote

Gioteck MX-1 Micro Remote

Designed specifically for controlling the Sony PS3’s Blu-ray player and XrossMediaBar interface, Gioteck’s tiny, shiny, black IR remote looks way better than your typical replacement remote.

E3 Trailer: Twisted Metal PS3

E3 Trailer: Twisted Metal PS3

The classic clown-filled deathrace is making its PS3 debut with a vengeance. Here’s a short clip from this week’s E3 to whet your appetite for vehicular (and chainsaw-wielding) destruction and mayhem.

Sony VAIO J Series AIO PC

Sony VAIO J Series AIO PC

Sony’s latest all-in-one desktop PC tops out with a stellar Core i7-620M CPU, running at 2.66GHz, a 21.5″ 1080p touchscreen display, a 500GB HD, (7200rpm), NVIDIA 310M GPU, and Blu-ray.

Sony Alpha α290/α390 DSLRs

Sony Alpha α290/α390 DSLRs

Priced from $500 to $600, the latest in Sony’s Alpha series, the α290 and α390 offer huge 14.2MP sensors and interchangeable lenses. The α390 adds Quick AF Live View and a tilting LCD screen.

Sony Billabong Vaio

Sony Billabong Vaio

This VAIO W collaboration between Sony Australia and Billabong features a splashy “Imperial Lime” colored lid and preloaded Billabong content. Available in Australia this month for $749.

MGS: Peace Walker Walkman

MGS: Peace Walker Walkman

Sony mashes up two of their popular franchises with the camouflage Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker W-Series Walkman. Pre-loaded with the MGS soundtrack and out this June for about $60.

Sony NEX-3, NEX-5 Cameras

Sony NEX-3, NEX-5 Cameras

Rumor has it that Sony’s NEX3 and NEX5 DSLRs are being released in June. The 14.2 megapixel NEX3 has an articulating 2.95″ LCD and shoots 720p video; the NEX5 has AVCHD 1080i video.

Sony Projector Clock Radio

Sony Projector Clock Radio

Sony’s ICF-C71PJ is a clock radio with a literal twist: it features a variable-angle projector that’ll display the time on the wall or ceiling; also: MP3 player input and 4-level backlight.

Sony E-Series 14″/17″

Sony E-Series 14″/17″

Sony expands its Vaio E-Series line to include both a 14″ and a 17″ model; the former boasts an i3 CPU while the latter tops out with an i5-430M, 1GB Radeon HD 5650, and Blu-ray.

Sony MDR-RF4000K

Sony MDR-RF4000K

Available 4/2010: Sony’s MDR-RF4000K is a digital cordless headphone with circum-aural cushions and 40mm long-stroke diaphragm; it’ll last up to 7 hours and includes a charging dock.

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PlayStation Move

PlayStation Move

Sony finally sets things in motion with the PlayStation Move; part Wiimote, part lollipop, it uses the PS Eye to track the controller; also included is a secondary controller with analog stick.

Sony Cyber-shot H55

Sony Cyber-shot H55

It keeps the G-Lens, body, and 3″LCD, but Sony’s Cyber-shot H55 is a budget version of the HX5V; it replaces the CMOS sensor with a 14.1 MP CCD and 1080p with 720p video recording.

Sony DSC-TX5

Sony DSC-TX5

Sturdy and stylish, Sony’s 10.2 MP DSC-TX5 is the world’s slimmest rugged compact; dustproof, waterproof, coldproof, and shock resistant, it boasts a 3″ touchscreen that works underwater.

Sony dash

Sony dash

Sony’s dash is on our radar with a 7″ touchscreen, 1500 apps, and chumby widgets, but the bedside tablet is an entertainment center, too: it now streams Netflix TV shows and movies.

Sony Bravia NX800 HDTV

Sony Bravia NX800 HDTV

We’re a bit past 2001, but Sony’s Bravia NX800 evolves your home theater with 1080p HD, 240Hz refresh rate, WiFi, and a monolithic pedestal that tilts the 46″-60″ HDTV 6 degrees.

Sony/Panasonic 3D TVs

Sony/Panasonic 3D TVs

It may be gimmicky, but 3D arrives in home theaters this year via Sony and Panasonic, with both releasing 3D-capable TVs which will require special glasses; also: DIRECTV HD 3D.

Sony Vaio Z Laptop

Sony Vaio Z Laptop

Slim and light at 1″/3 lbs. but well-equipped, Sony’s 13.1″ carbon fiber and aluminum Vaio Z boasts a Core i5 or i7 CPU, HDMI-out, 3G, hybrid graphics system, and 512 GB SSD.

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Sony Vaio F Laptop

Sony Vaio F Laptop

Sony’s Vaio F tops out their entertainment notebook line with a 16.4″ 16:9 1080p screen, HDMI-out, GeForce GT330M or 310M, up to 8 GB RAM, standard Core i7, and optional Blu-ray.

Dualshock Controller Table

Dualshock Controller Table

Stephane Perruchon’s Dualshock Controller Table is the real Playstation Home; it’s just a concept, but we’d kick up our feet on the ABS handles any day–let’s just hope it doesn’t vibrate.

Vaio FW Nebula Laptop

Vaio FW Nebula Laptop

Despite the intergalactic laptop appeal of Sony’s Vaio FW Nebula, its prices are down to earth: $810 fetches you a 16.4″ display, T6600 Core 2 Duo, 250GB and Radeon HD 4650.

Launch: Critter Crunch

Launch: Critter Crunch

Available today on PSN, Critter Crunch is a bit like Kirby meets Puzzle Fighter; called a Barf in the Night, the trailer above does the impossible by making binge eating cute AND competitive.

Sony Vaio L

Sony Vaio L

The Vaio L is Sony’s new flagship all-in-one: it maxes out with a 24″ multi-touch screen, 2.66 GHz Core 2 Quad CPU, 6 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, HDMI input, Blu-ray, and 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi.

Sony Vaio X

Sony Vaio X

At 1.6 lbs and 0.5″ thick, Sony’s 11.1″ Vaio X is the world’s lightest notebook thanks to a carbon fiber case; it includes an extra 14 hr. battery and tops out with a 2GHz CPU and 2GB RAM.

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