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Sony Wall Mounted CMT-CX5 Audio System And iPhone Dock

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on July 14th, 2011

Sony has a new audio system: the Sony CMT-CX5. It’s a wall mounted system that includes an iPhone, iPod dock, CD player and DAB/DAB+/FM radio. Its also has USB connectivity so that you can attach and play audio from an external hard drive, or flash drive.

The CMT-CX5 uses Sony’s Dynamic Sound Generator Xtra (DSGX) technology and will be available in either black or white. It launches next month. Sadly we don’t have any info regarding pricing and availability yet.

Sony Micro Vault P series compact flash drives

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Reuben Drake on July 11th, 2011

Sony has a series of new USB flash drives that will have storage capacities of up to 64GB. That may not be external hard drive size, but it allows you to carry a lot in your pocket. It comes in your choice of black or white and will be available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities.

It comes with File Rescue and x – Pict Story, which will let you retrieve accidentally deleted data and create an automated photo presentation. No info on price yet.

Sony Portable DVD Player with extra long battery life

Posted in dvd players by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2010

DVDs aren’t dead yet. Everyone is still using them despite Blu-Ray. And if you watch a lot of DVDs, you’ll want to check out the Sony DVP-FX950. The battery provides up to 7.5-hours of playback time. Perfect for those who travel often.

The Sony DVP-FX950 features a 9-inch (800 x 480) LED backlight display and supports JPEG and MP3 files stored on a CD or a USB flash drive. Those in Japan will be able to purchase the Sony DVP-FX950 on June 18th.

This is it USB flash drive from Kingston

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on February 14th, 2010

Michael Jackson’s death sure has done wonders for getting “This is it” either on or in gadgets. Here’s another.

This flash drive from Kingston will give you just 2 GB of memory, which is occupied by a pre-loaded copy of the movie “This is it”. It also comes with Windows Media Player 11. The Kingston drive will cost you $20 and is branded with the movie’s logo.

Sony Zappin Walkman, zippy name, zany style

Posted in Walkman by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2009

Sony Zappin Walkman, zippy name, zany styleThe big companies are always gunning for a piece of Apple’s portable media player market. So far, the road is littered with more corpses than even 300 Spartans can kill. Sony is hoping that their zany Zappin Walkman, shaped like a USB flash drive will be the charm.

It comes with 2GB of storage space, featuring Sony’s Drag and Drop technology for easy file transfer, is compatible with MP3 and WMA file formats, and has an integrated FM Tuner.

Sony to sell MirocoVault USB drives with preloaded content

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2008

Sony to sell MirocoVault USB drives with preloaded contentA good way to sell drives is to repackage them with preloaded special edition movies or music content. That’s what Sony is doing with their Microvault USB flash drives. The company has unveiled a number of movie titles that will be available in their MicroVault USB drives, as well as some music.

Microvault drives range from 1GB to 16GB storage capacities. Preloaded content is available from a few popular choices such as Thriller: 25th Anniversary Edition, The Da Vinci Code and Men in Black. The special edition Thriller includes the complete re-release version of the original 1982 album, seven bonus tracks and four Billie jean videos.

Sony XROSS FADE for the aspiring DJ

Posted in Sony by Shane McGlaun on August 22nd, 2008

Sony XROSS FADESony is betting that there are people out there who really want to be a DJ. I’m not into mixing songs together and making mixed tapes, but I am sure there are many people out there who are into that. If you are such person and you have been looking for an easy way to play DJ — the Sony XROSS FADE is your ticket.

The XROSS FADE is a 450W stereo system aimed at the aspiring DJ. The system has DJ themed features including a cross-fader and monitor cue along with a built-in two-channel mixer. The features allow the user to check upcoming tracks with headphones to ensure they are cued properly before the songs play. The features can also be used to mix two songs together or fade into the next song. A USB recording function allows users to record mix sessions directly to a USB flash drive without the need for PC.

Sony debuts new in-car CD tuner

Posted in Automotive,CD Player by Nino Marchetti on March 26th, 2008

Sony MEX-BT3600USony Europe is setting its sights on a new in-car CD tuner which offers multiple ways to listen to digital music. It is known as the Sony MEX-BT3600U – no pricing has been announced as of yet.

The Sony MEX-BT3600U in-car CD tuner can let you listen to digital music through it via USB or wireless. For USB one can connect a USB flash drive to its front panel USB port and browse music files via a LCD interface. The wireless option comes via Bluetooth and support for the A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) standard.

CES 2008

Sony shows off new HD camcorders for 2008

Posted in Camcorders,CES 2008,Sony by Nino Marchetti on January 10th, 2008

Sony HDR-SR12Sony, the proclaimed leader in the high-definition camcorder category, rolled into CES this week with six new HD camcorder models. They offer features like 1920 x 1080 resolution recording and face detection technology. Sony says “the SR12, SR11, SR10, UX20 and UX10 models will all ship in March for about $1,400, $1,200, $1,000, $1,000 and $800, respectively. The HDR-HC9 camcorder will ship in February for about $1,100.”

The consumer electronics giant added that all these new camcorders feature a new high-profile encoding system and, depending upon the model, offer other must haves like high resolution digital still captures and hybrid/hybrid plus movie recording.

You can get the full details of these new Sony HD camcorders after the jump.

CES 2008

Sony Microvault USB drive with click action

Posted in CES 2008,Sony,USB Flash Drives by Darrin Olson on January 8th, 2008

Sony Microvault USB drive has click retracting featureAmong the many cool things Sony is showcasing this year at CES one of the smaller items not to be overlooked is the addition of a new style of Microvault USB flash drive. This new drive has a new “Sony”-style look to it with a flat black finish and a glowing Orange LED section towards the back end letting you know when the drive is connected and active.

The new USB 2.0 compliant Microvault comes in capacities from 1GB up to 16GB but probably the most significant feature of this otherwise uneventful USB drive is the clicking action. The is no cap to protect the USB connection because the connection will actually retract back into the case when the other side is clicked, much like a retractable pen. Clicking it again extends the connection for use in a number of compatible devices. Also, according to Sony, simply removing the flash drive will cause the USB connection to automatically contract. We’re guessing it’s due to friction when pulling out the connection.

Sony takes photo albums high tech

Posted in Media Servers,Sony,Storage by Conner Flynn on October 18th, 2007

Sony’s HDMS-S1D let’s you store and relive Photo memories.Do you take way too many family pictures? Do you have photos in old shoe boxes and look at them far more then you should? Well, stop living in the past, flipping through that old bulky photo album. Now you have a big black box to imprison all of those cherished memories in, so they can survive for all eternity.

Officially making photo albums a thing of the past, and practically laughing at their out-datedness, Sony’s HDMS-S1D let’s you store and relive those memories. Thanks to Sony’s x-Pict Story HD(with face recognition), you can even add a soundtrack or have strange dream sequence fades between images. It will organize all of your images and let you share photos with slideshow and scrapbook-style displays.

Sony Unveils Pocket Bit Mini USB Drives

Posted in Flash Memory,Sony,USB by Reuben Drake on August 2nd, 2007

Sony Pocket Bit Mini USB Flash drives USM-HX with Vista ReadyBoostSony has announced a new series of flash drives called the Pocket Bit Mini (USM-HX series). The USB flash drives come in capacities of 1GB and 2GB are Vista ReadyBoost compatible with virtual expander, encoding and secret file lock built into the drive.

They come in colors of black or white and has a two-way carrying case to make them convenient for different USB port locations. The little drives are 14.5mm long and weigh just 1.5 grams. They will retail for $34 and $52 for the 1GB and …

Sony Micro Vault USB Flash with Virtual Expander

Posted in Flash Memory,Memory by Darrin Olson on September 10th, 2006

Micro Vault with Virtual ExpanderThe Sony Micro Vault with Virtual Expander is a flash memory device with a USB 2.0 compatible interface. They are tiny little devices with memory ranges from 256MB up to 2G. (Early press releases state memory up to 4G but I was unable to find any Micro Vault’s that actually have 4G for sale anywhere.)

They come in a handfull of different flashy colors and you can also get a small carrying case that hooks on a keychain or on to a notebook with a clip.

The Virtual Expander software is utility that …

Quantum of Solace Vaio TT Laptop & 8GB Micro Vault

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on November 3rd, 2008

Quantum of Solace Vaio TT Laptop & 8GB Micro VaultSony is offering this James Bond 007 Sony Vaio TT Series Notebook with carbon fiber black casing that also sports a 007 engraved logo and a leather case. The TT series features an 11.1″ widescreen LCD display, 2GB RAM, a 64GB Solid State Drive, HDMI out, and comes with a pair of noise canceling headphones. If you don’t want to dish out the $2,399 you can always get the Limited Edition 007 8GB Micro Vault Click USB Flash Drive for $29,99.

It allows you to “Gather intelligence for your next mission with the limited edition 007 Quantum of Solace 8GB Micro Vault Click USB flash drive. Featuring a hidden USB connector, it’s easy to transfer and exchange data with colleagues and correspondents. The USM8GL/B also includes Virtual Expander to virtually store three times the information. In addition to the 007 Gun Logo on the side, this flash drive comes preloaded with a Quantum of Solace movie trailer, stills and behind-the-scenes footage.” OMG. This is exactly what you need to become the next James Bond.



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