If you are one of the many who currently own a Sony BRAVIA TV, you now have access to a plethora of new online features. They recently launched AOLHD which offers you mail, news videos and more from AOL and all their affiliates. NewsLook was also added which gives viewers an enhances view of both domestic and world news.
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Looking to get a 3D TV, but don’t like having to wear clunky 3D glasses? Sony has just the solution for you: a glasses-free 3D TV. Jon Abt saw various models of what Sony has to offer, but he preferred the smaller screens compared to the larger ones. Since it is newer technology, Sony may need to figure out all the bells and whistles, but glasses-free 3D TVs are a great idea. Hopefully it will be perfected soon and viewers can immerse themselves in an amazing cinematic experience.
A glimpse of one of the many trends hitting CES 2012 is the advances TV technology presented by Sony. Sony announced an updated version of its Google TV-powered Blu-ray player, the NSZGP9, as well as their first ever Google TV set-top box, the NSZGS7.
As you can see, the Blu-ray design is different that Sony’s model from last year, the NSZGT1. That model, while still available, offered a bulkier look and and somewhat complicated remote. Speaking of remote, it seems that they have upgraded the newer remote that comes with the Google Blu-ray player. It supports gestures via three-axis motion control. There’s also a touch pad on the front, plus a back-lit keyboard on the back.
Earlier this morning we had a film crew come and take some footage of our small yet interesting vintage Sony gadget collection. Included in the display are old items like a Sony Walkman circa 1979 or a transistor radio from 1968. Collected over the years by a Sony employee, the collection is a small glimpse of Sony’s technological history and advances. Stop by the Atrium at Abt and see Sony history for yourself.
Holidays are fast approaching and that means holiday shopping. Get a head start with these great gift ideas from Abt Electronics sure to put a smile on all your friends’ and families’ faces.
It may be cold outside, but there’s never a bad time for ice cream. With the Cuisinart Ice Cream maker you can have your cold, tasty treats in your own home, without having to go out in the snow.
If you plan on doing a lot of baking, (who isn’t?) this KitchenAid stand mixer is sure to make all your cookies, pastries and more, come out as delicious and easy-to-make as ever.
A great gift for the bookworm in your family is the Sony 6’’ e-Reader with Wi-fi capabilities. You can read books or download new ones on the go. Never be without your favorite authors.
Keep all those holiday memories preserved with Panasonic’s Lumix 12 megapixel camera. This camera is easy-to-use and small enough to take anywhere you go. Be ready for that perfect shot!
If you have a super techie family member, you can never go wrong with the ever popular Apple iPad 2. Play games, watch movies, check stocks, weather and so much more on this great tablet from Apple.
When holidays are through, nothing cleans up the mess quite like a Dyson vacuum. The Dyson canister vacuum DC23ANIMAL is the perfect size for working around tables and couches on your carpet or hardwood floors.
Santa keeps up with new technology, just like we do, so e-mail him a wish list of your gifts on this new Asus Zenbook. Incredibly thin, light and designed with an ultra-slick look, you will want to take this laptop wherever you go.
Stay in touch with friends and family who can’t make it to the holiday party with a phone call or a “face chat” with an iPhone 4s. the newest generation of Apple iPhones to hit the market, you are certain to be pleased with this updated version that has incredible speed and an incredible camera for images and HD video.
The big three in field of electronics, Sony, Samsung and Panasonic have teamed up to form the “Full HD 3D Glasses initiative”. This is a project that will attempt to standardize 3D glasses. As of right now, the market has incompatible active-shutter models based on different technologies, which the consortium wants to replace with a unified standard that will let you use the same pair of spectacles on any display or at any theater that uses the Xpand 3D standard.
Sony’s innovative new tablet is hitting shelves at Abt Electronics. You can purchase two versions a 16GB model or a 32GB model. Some of the great features are a new lightweight design that rivals other tablets, PlayStation network capabilities, universal remote controls as well as access to hundreds of unique apps and games. check out our videos on the new Sony Tablet S.
Soshibatachi? Well, no, not quite. but TV manufacturers, Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi will will merge their liquid-crystal display operations using $2.6 billion of government-backed funds to fend off growing competition from rivals in South Korea and Taiwan.
Before the merger, Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi were all losing money during production of small electronic panels , so this merger will allow them to band together and focus on production.
Binoculars. They’ve been around for years and have helped the common man see things from great distances, or even watch individuals from afar without being discovered. Sony unveiled their new line of hybrid binoculars that not only give users a glimpse into the beyond, but they can now also record it. The unusual combo product will capture both high-definition full-motion video and high resolution still images in 2D or 3D formats.
The ability to record what you see though your binoculars? This definitely would have come in handy for Jimmy Stewart in Hitchcok’s Rear Window.