Sony Opens the World of 3D at CES 2011
"Ladies and gentlemen, put on your 3D glasses." ---Sony
The Sony CES 2011 Press Conference opened with a 3D presentation. It was followed by an inspiring speech from Sony CEO Howard Stringer. And just like what Sony said: “Ladies and gentlemen, put on your 3D glasses.”
Sony’s product line-up revolved around yes — 3D technology. If your 3D glasses are ready, let’s start the show. Sir Howard Stringer described 2010 as:
“The past year has been a good one for Sony, and we are stronger, leaner, and more profitable.”
If you look at the big picture you will notice the progressive growth of Sony. It paved the way for new developments. And now, Sony explored more the world of 3D. Not only does this 3D technology expands to TVs but also to cameras, camcorders, notebooks and players. Want to know more? Read on.
The Sony 3D TV
Welcome back VR! Sony’s CES presentation today is the concept of 3D television. Bringing you to the dream of science fiction. Sony Personal Display resembles a headset in the early 90s. But what’s inside will bring you goosebumps — Full HD 3D for each of your peepers! The images are vivid, sharp, and the image so large that it gives the impression of having your own private cinema screen 3D. More than 65 million Web-enabled TV will be shipped worldwide by 2011.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc
Here comes the arch-nemesis iPhone 4. To be lead by the gingerbread Android OS, the Xperia Arc goes official. It even amazes us with a 7MM slick and sexy bod. The first phone to cover reality and technology display. Showing off a Sony Bravia Engine Mobile, who would have thought of this kind of phone? The smartest to come in our vision. Carrying TimeScape which offers a specific timetable of all communications; messaging, calls, email and social networks. Exhibiting an 8 megapixel camera with video recording 720p.
The Sony PlayStation 3
PlayStation 3 Goes 3D. Not much details on the new PS3 since they focused more on Arc Xperia, Sony TV and 3D 3ds others that we shall soon see. Sony planned 3D games include Gran Turismo 5 and Killzone 3. Children and their parents can now sit down to watch a series of music videos in 3D.
The 3D Blu-Ray Player
The BDP-S780 is the first Skype-enabled Blu-Ray with Wi-Fi technology. Yes, Wi-Fi enabled Blu-Ray.
The Sony Bravia
Sony Bravia models reveal that exploits the 3D technology, in collaboration with the Qriocity, Sony’s music and film distributor. Time Warner Cable offers a wide range of Sony products. It will be integrated with Hulu, Netflix, and Qriocity, and use the blog engine X-reality. A beautifully designed set of LED backlit HDTVs that supports 3D as well.
The Sony Vaio
The latest Sony Vaio F-Series will be under 3D as well. Hitting the market at $1700, it will include an Intel Core i7. It can also be connected to televisions compatible with 3D and can even convert 2D to 3D video in support of a button.
The Sony 3D Handycam
Say hello to the Sony Handycam with 3D. Equipped with a 3.5-inch glasses-free LCD display, you won’t be wearing the glasses anymore. Boasting a 10x zoom which creates double image sensors to attain 3D. The Handycam slash projector sells at $700.
The Sony Bloggie 3D
Bloggie goes 3D, too. Enjoy endless blog updates with this recorder plus 3D manifesto. It’ll be available at $250 soon.
The Sony Cybershots
Get ready for the 3D point-and-shoot cameras brought to you by Sony Cybershot. Sony unveiled a new line of Cybershots that made us stare in awe. Aside from Sony’s record of good quality cameras this one could do 3D images. With the capacity to record HD videos and a 16MP resolution, who would believe that it sells at $220?
That’s it folks! Let’s welcome the year 2011 in 3D!View Article Source »