Sony 84-inch 4K Bravia KD-84X9005 is debuted, better then 3D and HD put together

 

Sony 84-inch 4K Bravia KD-84X9005

Television technology has been changing since its invention. However, within the last decade the technology used on our TVs have changed so rapidly, that we’ve moved from analog, to digital, to HD, to Full HD, to 3D, and now finally to 4K TVs. Keeping that in mind, Sony has just released a 84-inch 4K Bravia KD-84X9005, but the only problem is that we’re missing a lot of content. So other than the London 2012 Olympics your going to find it hard searching for 4K content, because 4K content needs to be filmed with a 4K camera, of course. However, if you wait a couple of years, this whole playground will be changed upside down.

Source: Engadget

 

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Sony HMZ-T2 Personal 3D viewer is released at IFA

Sony HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer

Dreaming about anything and everything, doesn’t always feel the same as experiencing it first hand. So Sony has debuted at today’s IFA event a HMZ-T2 Personal 3D viewer, which lets you experience things like never before. The 3D viewer fits snugly on your head, and provides you with a 360 view of whatever, is playing. This might be a great idea to really experience FPS (First Person Shooter) games, if your big screen won’t do.

Source: SlashGear

Sony SRS-BTM8 wireless speaker is debuted with NFC and Bluetooth capabilities

Sony SRS-BTM8 wireless speaker

Sony has just announced a  SRS-BTM8 wireless speaker, that is designed to be taken anywhere, and everywhere. The speaker, is designed to give room for your hand to grip it easily and take it with you on the go. It also has NFC and Bluetooth capabilities, so you wont need to connect your phone physically, while heading out. The Sony SRS-BTM8 wireless speaker comes in black and white. So get your wallets ready for some serious buying.

Source: Sony

If you shout brand names at your TV, Sony will let you skip the commercials

Sony TV Pantent

Interactive advertising has always been an important goal for major brands. As the better you advertise the more sales that will increase. It goes almost by the same rules like supply and demand. Invest in better advertising and get more money. For that purpose, Sony has filed a patent for an idea that by shouting at the TV you will be able to skip commercials. This is a very unique idea for the interactive marketing world, as you are forced to insert a brand name into your unconscious mind. So in their view, the next time you head out to the store, you’ll be buying the product you were swearing at.

Source: Patent