News tagged ‘sony’
Wednesday, 6 Jul 2011
Sony launches the new VAIO Z series, blending ultra-desirable styling and premium carbon fibre without compromising on its specifications and innovative productivity features.
Monday, 4 Jul 2011
Sony's latest 3D home theatre projector VPL-HW30ES is now here! It's vibrant brightness levels is leading in its class thanks to Sony's latest Dynamic Lamp Control Technology significantly boosting the brightness levels entering the shutters of the 3D glasses.
Friday, 24 Jun 2011
Sony officially unveils its much-anticipated next-generation F65 CineAlta camera, with a groundbreaking 20 megapixels 8K CMOS sensor.
Sony adds new dimensions to its product line by unveiling its first 3D single-body camcorders for professional applications for the first time in Asia.
Wednesday, 22 Jun 2011
BroadcastAsia serves as Sony's launch pad to unveil today what we can expect to see tomorrow across the entire scope of Sony's professional broadcasting equipment, digital broadcasting, digital cinema, workflow solutions, content management and distribution, recording media and much more.
Tuesday, 21 Jun 2011
Sony has announced a firmware upgrade for its NEX-5, NEX-3, SLT-A33 and SLT-A55. This upgrade is applicable for NEX-5 and NEX-3 cameras with firmware versions ver.01, ver.02 and ver.03 and SLT-A33 and SLT-A55 cameras with firmware version ver.1.10.
Monday, 13 Jun 2011
Sony announced its VAIO J series, the all-in-one PC with intuitive touch operation of intriguing touch programmes that will allow everyone to enjoy visual communication and entertainment.
Tuesday, 7 Jun 2011
Sony's range of products grows by one with the introduction of a new 24-inch Full HD 3D LCD display which also allows two viewers to see two unique displays at the same time.
The NGP now has a name and it is Vita. More information was released by Sony about its next handheld console and how it is going to fit into the PlayStation gaming ecosystem.
Friday, 3 Jun 2011
Sony reportedly suffered another hack attack yesterday. This time, a group of hackers claims to have accessed the SonyPictures.com servers and compromised personal data belonging to one million customers, which the group said it then posted in a file on its website.