Sony always has a stunning display of new products at CES. This year was no different, with many additions to their current category line-ups as well as a few new categories including the very popular 3D and Internet-connected television categories.
Even more impressive, however, is their new Dash, a 7-inch screen device described by Sony as an “Internet access device”. More than 1,000 free apps will be made available for the Wi-Fi equipped Dash, enabling it to be used for Facebook access, recipe browsing, and other similar tasks. It will also offer access to the streaming video content Sony already makes available to Bravia TV owners.
This new product aims to provide an enhanced and more convenient Internet and entertainment experience for consumers. It is an audio device as well as a multi-tool that offers a variety of entertainment choices. As an Internet viewer, the Sony Dash offers a means to connect into a Wi-Fi network at the home or the office, and surf through the Net in a more unique and convenient way.
The Sony Dash’s compact design allows you to enjoy going online without the hassles. The Sony Dash is set for release on April of this year and is set to be sold for US$199. (www.sonystyle.com)