Smartphones with slide-out keypads are nothing new, but there hasn't really been a phone / game console in a while, ever since the doomed Nokia N-Gage. However, the Sony Shadow could change that if...it ever becomes an actual device. Featuring a 1.0mm-thick 5.5" full color with Corning Gorilla Glass, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processor, 6GB of RAM, Android 7.0 OS, a 16.0-megapixel camera with flash, 8-megapixel front-facing camera, and dual front-facing stereo speakers. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Microsoft's Xbox One S isn't the only updated next-gen console, as Sony's got something up their sleeve as well, the PlayStation 4 Slim. While the company is set to announce a new 4K console, codenamed Neo, on September 7th, this one could be just a minor update to the current PS4, with not only a slimmer body, but rounded corners, as well as a 500GB HDD. Continue reading for more pictures of the packaging and box contents.
Why bother going to a crowded movie theater, if you could afford to pick up Sony's 100-inch Z9D? This massive 4K Ultra HDTV boasts an integrated floor stand, and uses Backlight Master Drive technology for individual LED backlight control, offering unparalleled contrast and picture with full 4K HDR support. This display also runs Android TV with Google Cast support for streaming videos from your phone, and the sleek stand has integrated cable organizers to keep things tidy. One caveat: you'll have to shell out at least $10,000+ to get your hands on one when it's released. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a gravity and physics defying card trick.
Set to debut on October 13 at $399, the PlayStation VR virtual reality headset has a 5.7 inch OLED panel, with an RGB sub-pixel matrix resolution of 1080p, or 960xRGBx1080 per eye. The headset also has a processor box which allows the headset to "second screen" the video output directly towards any monitor, as well as elevate the 3D audio effect used in 3.5mm headphone jacks. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Sony's 32GB microSDHC Class 10 Memory Card is perfect for mobile devices, like action cameras, smartphones, etc., and it's being offered for only $7.49 shipped, today only, originally priced at $15.69. Free File Rescue downloadable software helps recover photos and videos that have been accidentally damaged or deleted, while these cards have been tested to achieve high levels of reliability as well as data integrity. Product page. Continue reading for a video unboxing and more information.
Sony's 32GB Class 10 microSDHC is perfect for use in cameras, smartphones, and more - get one for $8.59, today only, originally $23.29. These UHS-1 microSDHC/SDXC Memory Cards are designed to expand your storage and deliver the speed you need to capture fast action photos and videos. Product page. Continue reading for more information.
Here's a first look at Ace Combat 7, which takes the elements the series is famous for to a whole new level. Powered by Unreal Engine 4, be ready to experience photorealistic visuals and lightning effects and an evolving and adapting ecosystem which will dictate the flow of battle. Bandai Namco's trueSKY technology will astound gamers, as they immerse themselves in exclusive features developed specifically for PlayStation VR. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why recreating the Roller Coaster Tycoon game in real-life wouldn't be such a good idea.
Sony's PlayStation 2 is the best-selling video game console of all-time, with over 155 million units sold, as of 2011. More than 3,874 game titles have been released for the PS2 since its launch in 2000, and more than 1.5-billion copies have been sold worldwide.] The company later released several smaller, lighter revisions of the console known as "slimline" models. This modder took a PS2 Slim and transformed it into a portable console that fans will drool over. Continue reading for more.
Sure, compact disc players aren't as popular as they were a decade ago, but it's always nice to look back and see how far technology has come. Today, we're showcasing the Sony D-88 - released in 1998 - the world's smallest portable CD player - a 3" disc fits completely inside. To play a standard 5" CD, users had to flip back a blue bar into the lid for the disc to hang out on 2 sides before playing. There's also a switch on the back to move its center drive wheel for switching between 3-5" discs. Click here to view more pictures. Continue reading to see two more hands-on videos.
Thanks to the ability of directly downloading games to consoles now, the PS4 Portable you see above just might be a plausible concept, should Sony decide to release one. When closed, it appears to be just a large smartphone, but slide the gamepad out, and you've got a fully-functional gaming machine. As long as it has a Retina-quality display, fast processor, plenty of RAM, and a large SSD, the PS4 itself could go obsolete. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what a boomerang sees when in flight.