Sony’s new Bravia HX855, HX750, and EX650 will be available in Asia Pacific from May 2012 and the NX650 from the third quarter of 2012.
If you’re into good picture quality and Internet and social media connectivity, check out these stunning displays. I saw them at the launch, and they’re truly impressive.
Sony hosted a concept demonstration of how their slew of electronic products can connect easily and seamlessly together to cater to the digital lifestyle needs of the modern consumer.
New Bravia TVs and Xperia smartphones were also launched at the event.
Subtle message to consumers that buying an Xperia from the “new” Sony Mobile Communications (former Sony Ericsson) will allow the user to connect and share media and content with other Sony devices like the Bravia TV, VAIO notebooks and Sony tablets.
Cameras (still/video) were missing from the concept demo. Perhaps when integration with Eye-fi is more matured.
There was also a sneak preview of the upcoming set-top box for the second generation Sony Google TV. They’re calling it the Sony Media box for the moment.
Here are Sony’s flyers for IT Show 2012.
Lookout for deals and promotions for their Bravia TVs, digital photo frames, Home Entertainment Systems, personal music products like the Walkman, video and still cameras, tablets and Vaio notebooks and accessories such as power supplies, batteries and memory cards.
The CES is a chance for consumers to get a glimpse of the gadgets lining up to hit the market in the near to mid-term future.
Sony’s line-up for 2012 includes the new Handycam range; the Cyber-shot W-Series and S-Series; the NWZ-Z1000 series (Sony’s first ever Walkman powered by Android); and a new line-up of BRAVIA televisions.
Here’s a list of these new products.