Event Coverage

IT Show 2010 Coverage - Part 2

By Team HardwareZone - 12 Mar 2010

Sony's Booth - Part 1

Sony's Booth - Part 1

When it comes to a show, Sony has the methods down pat with its public 3D demo. Members of the public can queue up to get filmed in 3D before watching a tech demo on the 200-inch screen that will show you a mind blowing 3D demo using two 4K digital projectors.

If you're a student, Sony has a deal for you with its Sony Alpha 230/330 for $699 and $899 respectively. Both cameras come with a SAL 18-55mm lens.

Need something to film your memories with? Then Sony's Handycam star buy, the CX150E should get you interested with its $1,399 price tag, 16GB internal memory space, 3.1-megapixel capability and 25x optical zoom.

Sony Cybershot TX1's is the star buy if you're looking a simple point and shoot. At $499, you'll get a 10.2-megapixel camera, 4x optical zoom, 3.0-inch LCD screen and can record 720p HD video.

If you've got a bit more to spend, then why not settle for the 10.2-megapixel TX7 with its 4x optical zoom, 3.5-inch LCD screen and wide angle capability for just $699?

If you swim in a pool of money and are always trying very hard to spend that cash, then the Sony VAIO Z will definitely be in your shopping list. The 13.1-inch Sony VAIO Z VPCZ117GG with its price tag of $4,499 is expensive, but you're getting a well engineered notebook packing an Intel Core i7-620M processor (2.66GHz), 8GB DDR3 RAM, 256GB quad SSD in RAID 0 configuration and with discrete graphics in the form of a NVIDIA GeForce GT330M.

If you like the Sony VAIO Z series but always thought they were a little too expensive, Sony's letting go of the older model with a $1,000 discount. The VAIO Z VGN-Z47GD/X is retailing at just $3,199 and comes powered by the very decent intel Core 2 Duo P9700 processor (2.80GHz), 6GB DDR3 RAM, 320GB HDD and hybrid graphics with NVIDIA GeForce 9300GS.

The new Sony VAIO E notebooks are in and ready to be sold. If you want a mid-ranged VAIO notebook, then the VAIO E VPCEB17FG with its $1,899 price tag will appeal. Featuring an Intel Core i3-330M processor (2.13GHz), 4GB DDR3 RAM, 500GB HDD and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650 discrete graphics, the 15.5-inch notebook is just waiting for your wallet.

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