Entries from Manifest Tech Blog tagged with 'Sony'

Sony Alpha 9 Full-Frame Interchangeable Lens Camera

Sony has announced the latest version of its Alpha line of digital cameras -- the ╬▒9 full-frame interchangeable lens camera for the the professional imaging market. As a mirrorless electronic camera, the Alpha 9's technological advancements include: - high-speed continuous...

NAB Wrap - Mobile DTV, 3D Cameras, Editing Tool Updates

The NAB Show (National Association of Broadcasters) wrapped up a week ago, with an announced attendance of 88,044, up from 82,650 in 2009, and including 23,000 international attendees from 156 countries (press release, see earlier post). Major themes at...

Handheld Gaming as Convergence Devices - Nintendo DS

Apple iPod or Microsoft Zune? iPhone or BlackBerry -- or Windows Phone or Google Android? The portable device market seems to be framed in terms of titanic corporate battles, and emotional allegiances to our favorite products. But while media players...

Digital Content for Set-top and Handheld - Sony PS3 and PSPgo

The differences between today's console gaming systems can be reduced to sound bites: the Microsoft Xbox 360 is for hardcore gamers, the Nintendo Wii is for casual fun, and the Sony PlayStation 3 is for games and media. But the...

Out of the Pocket: DXG Line of Inexpensive HD Camcorders

Pocket-size camcorders have become very popular -- so easy to carry and simple to use, so you can bring them along to capture spontaneous moments that wouldn't be possible with larger camcorders. You can find pocket camcorders for around $80...

Netbook or Notebook or Not: Sony VAIO P Lifestyle PC

Netbook or notebook? Between the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project (see previous post), and products like the ASUS Eee PC, there's a new kind of Internet device in town -- the "netbook" -- a highly portable wireless-connected small form...

Sony DSC-G3 Wi-Fi Digital Camera

Someday all our devices will be linked wirelessly, so our growing collections of data and media can be automatically synced with whatever device we happen to be using. Until then, we're stuck with manually cabling devices together and then selecting...

"Ultraportable" Notebooks -- Sony VAIO 2008 Line

What’s an “ultraportable” notebook? I don’t mean a tiny pseudo-PC, but a real computer. A system designed to be stripped down and easy to carry, but without too many compromises … Stephen Manes wrote about looking for an ultraportable laptop...

Audio Accessories Trends

We're entranced by video -- sucked in to TV shows and movies and now short clips on YouTube -- but we're also seeing a flowing of music and audio -- with MP3 players and mobile phones and libraries of albums...

Sony Bluetooth Wireless Transmitter / Receivers

Bluetooth is not just for wireless audio between your mobile phone and in-ear headset. It is being built in more and different kinds of devices, and you also can use standard peripherals to add wireless capability to existing components. There's...

Sony Travel / Wireless Speakers

Continuing with Sony audio accessories ... Portable music players are great for personal use, wired to a headset or wireless to a Bluetooth headphone. But sometimes you want to share the music, or just listen without having to wear earphones....

Sony Wireless Bluetooth Headsets

It's the best of both worlds for mobile music fans -- A multi-use stereo headset to listen to your music, that also has an integrated microphone for hands-free mobile phone use. These take advantage of two upgraded Bluetooth specs: A2DP...

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T100 Digital Camera

After seeing the latest generation of digital cameras with cool features like image stabilization and face detection, I finally pulled the trigger and bought myself a new camera, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T100, generally available under $399. You may have other...

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