If you haven’t heard of the Sony Bloggie yet, It is a HD video camera capable of capturing at full HD 1080p. Now that you know what is Sony Bloggie, and you want it as much as I do, you definitely just be in luck because they have just rolled out two new colors for pre-order. The Pink and the Blue Bloggie fit for the Holiday Season.
This gorgeous and simple, but high quality camera is definitely a must have, but unfortunately, they are only available in 8GB models, the 4GB. This ultra-compact camera captures gorgeous, 12.8-megapixel still photos with perfect detail for cropping shots or large prints.
You can shoot amazing-looking HD video no matter where you are. And because Bloggie Touch videos are recorded in the web-friendly MP4 format, all of your footage can be easily uploaded to your favorite sharing sites.
So what are you waiting for,grab one of these, dont be outdated, it’s sleek style is sure to steal hearts.
It’s Real!..Sony PlayStation phone is based on new version of Android: Gingerbread. PlayStation Phone had been rumored a number of times in the past, but no one knew how Sony is going to design the new one. Atleast now engadget confirms that this is the new PS phone.
To drive the games, Sony will ship PS Phone with 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8655 processor, 512mb RAM, 1GB ROM, with a screen size of 3.8″. It would run games from the android marketplace along with a custom Sony Marketplace which will allow you to purchase and download games designed for the new platform. The handset also has a long touchpad in the center which appears to do multi-touch. As far as the button schemes are concerned, everything should remain identical to original PSP. And yea, no Memory Stick slot, only microSD cards. The Sony Ericsson PlayStation phone will introduce the Sony Marketplace where users can buy games made for the new OS.
The final product would definitely have better finish, look. It’s unlikely to arrive before the holidays; we’d bet on a Q1 or Q2 2011 release.
Lets hope that device actually performs better than iPhone 4 gen devices, after all its a dedicated Gaming phone.
Will game players be able to get their thumbs all over this unit during the holidays? With the software said to be buggy, November almost upon us, and the joint venture usually running late to the carriers-a 2011 launch date would seem more likely.
Sony Japan unleashed [JP] a total of 12 new Walkman today, split into three series (E, S, and A). Technically and design-wise, we get more of the same from the Walkman front, but some models look pretty neat. The players from the E and S series will hit Japanese stores on October 9, with the A Series following on November 13.
First Up, the entry-level is the E series device:
The E Series is Sony’s new entry model line-up. Buyers will be able to choose between the NW-E050 with 2GB or 4GB ($95/120, pictured on the left top of this post the black one) and the NW-E050K with the same storage options ($120/140). The main difference is that the E050K models come with a speaker (pictured in blue).
Next Up, the S Series:
There will be five models under the S series: The NW-S754 (8GB), the NW-S755 (16GB), and the NW-S756 (32GB) will be priced at $160/200/$230. The main difference between these and the two NW-S750K branded models is that the latter come with a cradle (8GB for $200, 16GB for $230). The picture above shows all colors the S series Walkman will be available in.
The A Series
Sony also showed three models under the flagship A series. These are the NW-A855 (16GB/$280), the NW-A856 (32GB/$350), and the NW-A857 (64GB/$470). These Walkman sport a 2.8-inch OLED screen with 240×400 resolution. The model in black is pictured above.