- News tagged "sony"
Thursday, 19 Dec 2013
On the seventh day of Christmas... we suggest you gift someone our next generation console of choice. Sony's PlayStation 4 will be available in retail on the 19th of December, just in time for gamers to get a hold of it before Christmas. Click on through to find out more about the console and see how you can stand a chance to win some gifts this holiday season with HardwareZone.
Tuesday, 17 Dec 2013
Featuring a multi-flip hinge that allows the Fit A to convert between laptop, tablet, and viewer modes, the notebook comes incorporated with technologies including (but not limited to) Exmor RS for PC imaging sensor, TRILUMINOS display for mobile, and X-Reality for mobile.
Monday, 16 Dec 2013
Sony Electronics has developed the new USM-SA1 USB drive which comes equipped with dual micro USB and USB ports to offer users more options to backup, share, and store their favorite photos, videos, and music.
Saturday, 14 Dec 2013
Owners of smartphones or tablets with no microSD card slot, rejoice! Sony and Strontium have individually announced USB OTG (On-The-Go) flash drives which serve as external storage for your smartphones and tablets.
Thursday, 12 Dec 2013
Sony has announced the limited availability premiums for customers who are first in line to pick up their Playstation 4 pre-order sets on 19th December. Among them, PS Vita TVs and ten-year membership plans to PS Plus. Full details inside.
Friday, 6 Dec 2013
Measuring just 8.7mm thin, the USB 3.0 compatible HD-SG5 portable storage comes encased in an aluminum hairline finish and signature sparkling diamond-cut Sony logo. It also integrates Data Transfer Accelerator, Backup Manager, and Password Protection Manager.
Tuesday, 3 Dec 2013
Sony has announced the pricing of its latest Vaio offerings - the Vaio Fit E notebook with an upgraded Intel Core i5-4200U processor, and the Vaio Tap 11, the world's slimmest Windows Tablet PC to date.
Wednesday, 20 Nov 2013
Sony spokesman Dan Race issued a statement to The Washington Post that the number of PlayStation 4 consoles affected by the "blue light of death" is fewer than 1 percent of all consoles sold.
After tearing down the PlayStation 4 and analyzing its components, it is believed that each console costs Sony about US$381 to build.
Monday, 18 Nov 2013
Some PlayStation 4 owners are reportedly suffering from the "blue light of death", signifying a TV connectivity or hardware problem.