With more movies like Avatar coming onto the screen in 3D, its just a matter of time the 3D technology is going to be available in the comfort of our homes. The Blu-ray Disc Association has announced the finalization of ther 3D Blu-ray specifications and that it would be out next year.
If you have recently bought the new 120GB Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3) Slim, you are going to hit the ceiling when you hear this; the Sony PS3 Slim with 250GB hard drive is going to be in stores soon and will be about S$40 more expensive than the original PS3 Slim announced in mid September. In
Sony Singapore has announced their new hybrid voice recorders designed with high quality audio recording and larger storage capacity of up to 8GB. The maker has also launched three new headphones for audiophiles with improved sound resolution and cushioned earpads for comfortable use. Read on for the product releases.
Sony has recently introduced their SMP-U10 which claims to be the maker’s first USB media player to provide near high definition quality movie viewing. The portable player supports various file formats including DivX, MP3, WMA, AAC, MPEG1,2,4, VOB and JPEG, and 1080p upscaling video output via HDMI connection.
If you are looking for a stand-alone Blu-ray player to watch high-definition movies, consider the Sony BDP-S765 which is available at S$799. One unique feature of the Blu-ray player is the front USB port that allows you to plug in your USB flash drive and view your holiday photos.
In a press release by Sony Japan, a 360-degree 3D display was revealed. This cool looking prototype device will be showcased in Digital Content EXP0 2009, held in Tokyo. Read on to find out more
Sony have introduced an affordable version of it’s Vegas Movie Studio at half the price of the Platinum edition – $39.95. This makes it an easy choice for any casual camcorder owner who would like to put together their footage in a powerful yet easy to use non-linear video editor. More next page.
Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong (SCEH) has recently announced their latest promotions – 50% discount for selected games in the PlayStation Store. Read on to find out more about the promotions. (For Singapore only though).
Sony Singapore has announced their latest series of Walkman video MP3 players – NWZ-S540 and NWZ-E440 – designed to please users with its superior features, as well as audio and video quality.
Sony Singapore unveiled its new VAIO lineup earlier today. There are four models, namely the VAIO X series, VAIO L series, VAIO CW and VAIO NW. In short, the VAIO X is Sony’s thinnest and lightest VAIO. Targeted at mobile professionals, it weighs just 655g and has a 13.9mm thin, yet rigid chassis. The VAIO L is Sony’s
Sony Japan have announced a new lineup of Vaio nettops and laptops to be launched on 22nd October. Eyebrows raised? Yes, these systems will come with Windows 7, mostly in 64bit flavors. More details after the break
Mere days after the PSP Go hit retail stores to mixed reactions on 1 Oct, hacker Freeplay has managed to exploit some existing security vulnerabilities on a certain PSP gameand ran an unsigned code on it. The hack reportedly took advantage of modified save data files and restricted to user mode only – meaning changing the
Tired of messy power cables connecting all your electrical devices? Sony’s latest innovation, the “Wireless Power Transfer System”, eliminates the need to use power cables and may be the solution everyone has been looking for. Read more…
PSP Go (PSP-N1000) PSP Go was available for sale in retail shops on Thursday in US, Europe and Asia. Opinions and reactions were mixed as the Go was highly priced, putting off many prospective customers. For comparison, the new PSP Go (PSP-N1000) retails at a MSRP of USD$249.99 whilst the older PSP-3000 at USD$169.99 in the
Playstation Network Operations Director, Eric Lempel have announced on the official Playstation blog that its upcoming 6.10 firmware will be available soon. Bringing with it are the features like Internet Tethering and a new SensMe
With the motion controller slated for a release in spring 2010, Sony has revealed a list of games that is slated for a Spring 2010. Right in the list is a confirmed alternate release of Bio Hazard 5 (Resident Evil 5). More after the jump.
Discovered by a French site, Sega’s public relations FTP site recently have an interesting addition: Meeting minutes from on August 5 meeting between Sega and Sony Computer Entertainment America.
Sony held a media event in Singapore Pan Pacific Hotel this afternoon, showcasing the new PS3 Slim and PSP Go. Yes, the consoles which were announced a month ago are finally reaching our shores in early October. And the local pricing, which many of us have been speculating, have now been revealed.
The Sony Alpha850 digital SLR camera has landed in Singapore. This powerhouse camera packs a 24.6-megapixel full-frame Exmor™ CMOS sensor and features high ISO sensitivity of up to 12,800. It is available now at S$2,999.
The Playstation3 version 3.00 firmware was made available by auto update and downloads around the globe recently, promising XMB (Xross Media Bar) interface changes, nice additions to the menu and also allowing simultaneous multi audio output. Lets check out what this this firmware promises …