Sony Personal 3D Viewer Review HMZ-T2

Sony Personal 3D Viewer Model HMZ-T2 Sony released their first Personal 3D Viewer (model HMZ-T1) last year and it was a pretty solid viewer which was clear to the executives at Sony because they launched a second version of their Personal 3D viewer model HMZ-T2. They are not available in ...

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Sony VAIO VPCZ128GX Laptop Review

In a laptop universe filled with $300 Netbooks and $600 dual-core midsize systems, an actual high-end product is rare indeed. Apple’s MacBook Pro and HP’s Envy laptops are considered high-end, but generally run between $1,000 and $1,500. In an entirely different category altogether (a different universe, even) is Sony’s Vaio ...

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Sony Vaio VGN-NW270F/S Laptop Review

The Sony Vaio VGN-NW270F/S is a stylish, spacious laptop for high-definition fans with low budgets. For a reasonable $699 at Best Buy, the Vaio NW270 outclasses the majority of its mainstream competition by including a Blu-ray drive. Blu-ray movies look crisp and sharp on its wide-screen 15.5-inch display, and they ...

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Samsung NP-N210-JA02US Laptop Review

Samsung is not the first name that comes to mind, at least in the U.S., when we think of laptops or Netbooks, but the company has long had a sizable presence outside of the U.S. in the PC market. Over the past year or so, a handful of Samsung models ...

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Sony Dash Tablet Review

The Sony Dash offers a range of online news and media, boiled down to a small, simple, touch-screen device. We can’t say it’s the most practical piece of tech you’ll own, but at $199, it packs just enough features to justify a place in any tech addicted home. Design Powered ...

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Sony VAIO EA24FM/W Laptop Review

Back in the spring we reviewed the first of Sony’s midrange Vaio E line, and we liked its combination of Core i3 processor, solid design, and an extremely comfortable keyboard and touch pad. Sony recently updated the E series to include different screen sizes and newer features including Intel Wireless ...

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Sony Bravia XBR-46HX909 HDTV Review

The last Sony TV we reviewed with superb picture quality was the ultra-expensive KDL-55XBR8 from 2008, which also and not coincidentally featured the company’s last example of a full-array local dimming LED backlight. That TV’s spiritual successor, equipped with a similar backlight, is the ultra-expensive XBR-HX909 series, but all told, ...

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Sony Alpha DSLR-A850 Quick Review

When the Sony DSLR-A900 was introduced in September 2008 it looked like an incredibly good deal: a full-frame DSLR with a weather-sealed pro body and a whopping 24.6 million pixels resolution for $3000. This was price-wise in a similar ballpark to what were at the time its closest competitors, the ...

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Sony NEX-3 / NEX-5 Review

Ever since Panasonic and Olympus created their Micro Four Thirds mirrorless system, all the talk has been about what the other players in the market will do. Micro Four Thirds has been steadily building its market share, seemingly without response from the three companies that account for over 80% of ...

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Sony Bravia KDL-52XBR9 52-inch LCD TV

The Sony Bravia KDL-52XBR9 HDTV presents clear, well-balanced images, and it also offers an astonishingly large selection of Internet-video options. On top of that, its comprehensive DLNA- and USB-based multimedia tools are not only easy to use but fun, too. High quality and extras go a long way in justifying ...

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Sony BDP-S570 3D Blu-ray Player Review

For a long time, Sony’s been struggling with a good problem to have regarding their standalone Blu-ray decks.  It doesn’t matter if their quality strong, the reaction time decent, and the supplemental specifics pleasing to the eye, they always have to combat price-wise against the company’s “flagship” player, the Playstation ...

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Sony VAIO Y Series Notebook Review

Over the years, Sony has established a reputation for creating laptops with style, but they haven’t exactly been known for great value. The $799 VAIO Y Series, Sony’s first 13-inch ULV notebook, delivers a sleek and sturdy magnesium design for an aggressive price. It also offers a convenient dedicated button ...

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Sony VPL-VW85 SXRD Projector Review

Not long ago, projecting an image large enough to fill anything bigger than an 80” screen required purchasing a CRT (cathode ray tube) projector that weighed as much as a Smart Car and who only an investment banker could afford.  Those CRT projectors projected film-like images with wonderful lush colors ...

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Sony Bloggie MHS-CM5 Camcorder Review

So far, Sony hasn’t done too well in the fast-growing cheap pocket camcorder space dominated by Flip Video, characterized by candy bar vertical camcorder designs and prices ranging from about $150-$250. After an initial flop with the poorly named NSC-GC1 Net-sharing cam a few years back, it redubbed its pocket ...

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