Sony: VAIO Z and F Series, Green Laptops, Bloggie Pocket Cam, Sony Dash
By on January 6th, 2010

The Sony event at was quite a delight with Sony unveiling some cool new laptops. Sony unveiled the Ultra thin VAIO Z series laptops with intelligent switching between graphics intensive and battery saving modes. The VAIO F series will come with Intel’s Quad-core processors and HDMI output.

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In addition to that, they also unveiled the Sony VAIO W series, which is a green laptop build using recycled CDs.

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They also unveiled a new pocket cam curiously called Bloggie . The camera looks pretty neat and can also capture HD videos along with photos.

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Sony also unveiled Dash, the personal internet viewer, which will allow you check weather, social networking sites, email and more with more than 1000 free apps available for downloads.

More Announcements from Sony at CES 2010

  • TransferJet coming to cameras, photo frames, and VAIO in the future. TransferJet will allow users to wirelessly transfer images from cameras to their PC or photo frame.
  • EXMOR Handycams
  • Sony SD Cards for cameras and Handycams
  • Handy Cam and Cyber-shot cameras going dual-SD and Memory Stick
  • Availability of WSJ and NYT on Sony Reader
  • Streaming movies from Sony Network Entertainment coming to VAIO and other Windows PC and PSN networks.
  • New Blu-ray deck with WiFi support.
  • New Sony Bravia with Bravia Internet video integration

What’s next? A keynote by Steve Ballmer from Microsoft. Don’t forget to watch the Steve Ballmer keynote live online.

Thanks Engadget

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