Focusing and improving on the four core TV aspects of design, picture, sound and usability, the new Bravia TVs from Sony showcased at CES 2013 make their way to Singapore. With the return of Triluminos technology as well as a new design ethos, Sony has been keen to highlight how the new televisions are the most beautiful Bravias ever. Find out what's new and improved!
The Sony Xperia Z is Sony Mobile's first in many areas - first quad-core, first 5.0-inch device, first full HD display, first to support HDR video recording and so on. Will the latest Android 4.1 flagship device revive the company's flogging sales? We give you our verdict in this review.
The Sony RX1 is a technical marvel - it's the world's first compact camera with a full-frame sensor. That's the same kind of sensor that powers the highest-end DSLR cameras, but the RX1 fits in the palm of your hand. Dive in to discover just how this little wonder works.
Designed to be pocket-sized and user-friendly, the ICD-TX50 reminds us of the second-generation iPod Nano with its black, rectangular shape. Highlights include a quick charge function as it can provide up to a full hour of recording after just three minutes of charging. But is it worth its S$199 price tag? Read on to find out.
As successor to the SLT-A55, the SLT-A57 translucent mirror digital camera comes with a host of features including (but not limited to) Auto-HDR and Sweep Panorama. Find out if it met our expectations.
The Sony Xperia Tablet S is the first tablet from the Japanese company to bear the Xperia branding. How different is it from the Tablet S and Tablet P? What new features does it have to take on the Apple iPads? Read on to find out more.
We had the opportunity to run our own video materials by Sony's true 4K screen recently. Read on if you'd like to know how the Bravia X9000 fared.
Sony joins the league of Android vendors who are offering 5-inch smartphones this year. As the first 5-inch smartphone we've handled, how does the Sony Xperia Z fare? Join us as we explore Sony's flagship model.
The Sony Vaio Duo 11 is an 11-inch, Windows 8, full HD, convertible touchscreen Ultrabook that uses Sony's 'Surf-Slider' mechanism to transform between tablet and notebook form factors. How does it compare to other Windows 8 converting Ultrabooks? We find out.
Catering to an audience with elevated tastes in audio, the International Sound & Sights Exhibition returns for its 2012 iteration. Among the highlights, Yamaha and Pioneer flaunt their new AV receivers, JVC and Sony unveil renewed home theater projectors, while Beyerdynamic and Sennheiser showcase their new headphones.