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Sony launches QUALIA initiative in U.S.


Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-23 01:00:00
Last year Sony Japan introduced a new, very expensive and exclusive line of products. Now, Sony U.S. announced the official U.S. launch of QUALIA, an initiative aimed at touching an emotional cord among consumers through products unique in technology, design and functionality. The products, which are subject to a rigorous approval process by Sony's top management, are a result of cutting edge engineering without any constraints. The models announced today include the QUALIA 016 digital still camera, an extraordinary accomplishment in its compact size; the QUALIA 017 MiniDisc player, an object d'art carved from a block of pure brass; and the QUALIA 010 headphone set, which establishes a new standard in audio reproduction.


Sony Japan unveils new Cyber-shot DSC-T11


Dennis Hissink : 2004-04-14 11:38:26
Thanks to the Japanese site Digitalcamera.jp and DPReview we can bring you the news of a new ultra-compact Cyber-shot digital camera; DSC-T11. Till this moment we are not sure if this model will make its debut on the European and American market, but we would be surprised if it doesn't. The model looks very similar to the DSC-T1, a camera that has been introduced in October 2003. Like this model the DSC-T11 has a Carl-Zeiss Vario-Tessar internal f3.5 - f4.4 optical zoom lens with a focal range of 38-114mm (equiv. to 35mm camera). The DSC-T11 features the new Sony Real Imaging Processor circuit which will stand for fast image processing. The camera is equipped with a 1/2.4-inch Super HAD CCD and offers an effective number of 5.1 Megapixels.


World’s First Running Humanoid Robot at CeBIT 2004


Mark Peters : 2004-03-17 20:01:09
Sony Corporation announced the development of dramatically enhanced motion of Sony’s humanoid robot, enabling integrated motion control for walking, jumping and running. By applying this technology to QRIO, which is one of Sony’s technology platforms, Sony has successfully created the world’s first running humanoid robot. In order to achieve stable motion control for conventional humanoid robots, either one or both feet needed to be touching the floor and, from the opposing force produced by the contact with either of the feet, motion such as walking was controlled. This is the control theory based on the so called ZMP (Zero Moment Point) stable range and forms the foundation of robot motion control.


Sony puts a DVD camcorder in your pocket


Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-10 05:57:59
Sony did not only introduced new digital still cameras during PMA 2004, but DVD handycams as well! You can skip the movie rental store and be the star of your own DVD video with Sony's new line of DVD Handycam camcorders with their lightweight, portable designs and easy-to-use features. The DCR-DVD101 and DCR-DVD201 camcorders weigh just over a pound and are small enough to fit into a jacket pocket. For added convenience, both models have a mini joystick controller on the outside of the units to easily navigate through the camcorders' menu systems. Sony's DVD camcorders record on 3-inch DVD-R and DVD-RW media and each model incorporates a 2.5-inch SwivelScreen hybrid LCD display with a start/stop record button on the frame.


New Sony DPP-EX50 PictureStation printer


Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-08 12:11:21
During our visit to the PMA 2004 show in Las Vegas not only digital cameras were introduced but all kind of printers as well. With digital camera sales in the U.S. now outpacing traditional camera sales, Sony Electronics is set to answer the question, "How do I share all these pictures?" with an easy-to-use, PC-free home photo printer. The company's new DPP-EX50 PictureStation printer is a dedicated, at-home photo printer that, like Sony's other printers, uses dye-sublimation technology, to create durable, lab-quality prints. The model also incorporates both Memory Stick PRO and CompactFlash media slots, as well as two USB ports, one in the front for connection to a digital camera or camcorder and one in the back for connection to a PC.


New Sony Photo Vault Mini CD-R Station


Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-03 03:44:00
During our PMA visit Sony introduced a new portable, PC-free solution for burning photos directly from a digital still camera to mini CD-R. This handy and compact storage solution is the Sony Photo Vault Mini CD-R Station. The new product weighs only 226 g and adds convenience and flexibility to digital photography storage. Users can burn images directly from their camera to 8 cm mini CD-R using the Photo Vault device's standard USB interface. Photo Vault also features a built-in photo album capability to display photos on a television screen using a television's standard AV input. Accessories like the Photo Vault Mini CD-R Station are handy for travellers who are willing to pack themselves with a notebook.


Sony upgrades Memory Stick with faster speed


Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-02 00:32:02
The Memory Stick media will get an upgrade; faster speed and new color. Sony Electronics is equipping Memory Stick media users for the digital future by adding the ability to read data at high speeds and copyright protection as standard features on all Memory Stick media available at retailers nationwide. Updated Memory Stick media will start shipping this spring in 32MB, 64MB, 128MB and 256MB (total 128MBx2) capacities. A striking cobalt-blue colour will distinguish the new line from its purple predecessor. When used with compatible (4-pin parallel), high-speed Memory Stick media-enabled hardware, users can enjoy read speeds that are up to four times faster than current standard Memory Stick media.


Sony presents new Cyber-shot series during PMA


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:22:43
Consumers will have an easy choice when deciding on a new digital camera this Spring, as Sony brings three ease of use, high picture quality models to market. The latest additions to the Cyber-shot range are the Cyber-shot P43, complemented by the 3x optical zoom Cyber-shot P73 and Cyber-shot P93, all representing a dramatic leap in operational speed and Stamina power efficiency for point-and-shoot digital photography. With a top resolution of 5.1 effective Megapixels, the range takes advantage of Sony's new Real Imaging Processor. This offers more precise, better picture quality results at a higher operation speed and with up to 50% improved power consumption.


Sony unveils slim line Cyber-shot P100


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:21:25
Sony's latest addition to its Cyber-shot range of compact-quality digital still cameras is one of the most compact yet. 18% smaller in volume and 24% slimmer than its predecessors, the Cyber-shot P100 features a new Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens with 3x optical zoom, Sony's new powerful Real Imaging Processor, a 5.1 effective Megapixel Super HAD CCD, powered by Stamina InfoLITHIUM battery technology and all packaged in a very stylish streamlined aluminium metal body. In keeping with the slim design of the camera, the Cyber-shot P100 incorporates the innovative Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens, specially designed to be flush with the metal camera body when not in use.


PMA introduction of new Sony Cyber-shot W1


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:19:17
Sony has announced the first in a brand new series of quality Cyber-shot cameras that will appeal to the more traditional photographer. Sony's engineers have combined a high quality Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens with a 3x optical zoom in a robust yet compact aluminium metal body. In addition the new Cyber-shot W1 benefits from the latest technology in the form of Sony's powerful Real Imaging Processor and a 5.1 effective Megapixel Super HAD CCD for superior image quality, increased stamina and rapid camera operation. These superb elements are combined with greater creative freedom such as manual exposure control. However, one of the Cyber-shot W1 camera's greatest attributes is the large 2.5-inch LCD.


Sony USA introduces new line camcorders


Mark Peters : 2004-01-09 13:57:12
Today Sony USA introduces six new Handycam MiniDV camcorder models for the American based market. Sony has redesigned three of its MiniDV models, the DCR-HC20, DCR-HC30 and DCR-HC40, averaging 25 percent less in volume over last years' models. By adopting touch-screen technology for access to the camcorders menu system and incorporating a built-in lens cover, these models are not only ultra portable but are ergonomically sound. In addition to changing their look, Sony has advanced some of the special Handycam camcorder features for all its MiniDV camcorders. One in particular is the new NightShot Plus system that allows for recording in darkness while delivering more natural colour to video.






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