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Sony’s PlayStation, a home video game console, was first released on December 3, 1994 in Japan, and as a a fifth generation console, it primarily competed with the Nintendo 64 and the Sega Saturn. Paladone decided to pay tribute by releasing an officially licensed PlayStation Watch, which is made of gray silicone and sports three buttons that control the time-displaying LEDs.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the original Sony Walkman, the company reveals an all-new touchscreen device that runs the Google Android operating system. The NW-A100TPS is adorned with a special 40th anniversary logo on the rear casing and comes complete with a special soft case as well as package that pays tribute to the TPS-L2 Walkman, which was originally launched on July 1st, 1979.
Simply put, Sony‘s Reon Pocket air conditioner, the first product for the company’s First Flight crowdfunding platform, aims to keep you cool during the warm summer months. It’s designed to fit snuggly into the back of a custom undershirt and uses thermoelectric cooling, all controlled via Bluetooth on a smartphone. You’ll be able to cool down or warm up with just a few swipes of your finger. How cool does it get? Allegedly, it can lower your body temperature by up to 23° Fahrenheit, or raise it 14° Fahrenheit.
Looking for a pocket-sized camera with full-frame features? If so, then look no further than the Sony RX100 VII, which sports the fastest hybrid AF system on a 1″ fixed-lens camera to date, thanks to 357 phase-detection AF points (covering 68% of the image area) combined with 425 contrast-detection AF points and high-density AF Tracking Technology. That’s not all, “Single Burst Shooting” makes it possible to capture moments too fast for human eyes to see, or in other words, the ability to capture seven RAW and JPEG images up to 90 fps with the single press of the shutter button.