The recently released Sony Walkman NWZ-E460 series has a 2-inch QVGA LCD screen and comes in six different colors. It's not just a music player; it plays videos and photos too. Let's take a closer look.
Sony is determined to make the Tablet S stand out. It's the first PlayStation certified slate and the first to feature an unconventional folded magazine design. Are these features enough to make it stand out? We find out.
Going bird-watching this Saturday, and to a football match the following evening? A pair of binoculars is surely an indispensable tool for such occasions. What if you could record what you're seeing? Sony has the answer in the form of the DEV-5.
First unveiled last year in Japan by Sony, the MDR-EX1000 is equipped with a neodymium 16mm driver reinforced with a magnesium-based housing. Is it worth its S$799 price tag? Read on to find out.
Sony showcases its creativity with its Tablet S, which features a unique folding design that looks like the curve of a folded magazine. Here's our first impressions of this one-of-a-kind Android 3.2 tablet.
After four years, the successor to Sony's Alpha A700 semi-pro DSLR has finally arrived. The SLT-A77 uses the company's translucent mirror design, has a top burst shooting speed of 12fps, and shoots full HD videos in 50p and 25p formats. But these are not all it's capable of. Come on in to find out more!
The unique Sony Ericsson Xperia ray comes hand-in-hand with a signature concept and design. Check out our behind-the-scenes story in Tokyo on the handphone as well as the Xperia marketing efforts in Japan.
We were invited for Sony's Mobile IT Meeting on the 5th of July, to attend the unveiling of the latest iteration of the well endowed Sony Vaio Z. Besides an excellent design, it boasts more firepower with its Power Media Dock. Read on for the exciting details.
Apart from a 16.2-megapixel APS-C-sized CMOS sensor, the NEX-C3 sports a new Photo Creativity interface and several in-camera picture effects. How else does it differ from the NEX-3 and NEX-5? Find out now!
With the amount of hype built around the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, this PlayStation phone needs no introduction. What shall be covered within this review is how it fares as the world's first gaming-centric PlayStation-certified device.