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Nike Paul George PG5 Sony PlayStation 5 Sneakers
With the Sony PlayStation 5 console still in short supply, you can only imagine what a limited edition sneaker from Nike could fetch on the secondary market. The Paul George x PlayStation PG 5 PlayStation 5 Colorway checks off both of those boxes and for those who don’t snag one on its launch day (May 14th), it’s now available in NBA2K21. Yujin Morisawa, the artist who help design the PS5 console, worked closely with the NBA star to bring the spirit of his game and the look of PS5 to life in this collaboration. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

EarthCam GigapixelCam X80 New York City Photo
Photo credit: EarthCam via Peta Pixel
EarthCam’s new GigapixelCam X80 is now the highest resolution, outdoor panoramic webcam yet. It captures images with a resolution 700 percent higher than the company’s previous maximum resolution webcam, thanks to a 360° ultra-precise, military-grade pan/tilt/zoom base as well as fast, responsive control over IP, 4G LTE, or now 5G networks. This means that this single camera can capture more ground than dozens of fixed cameras. Read more for a video and additional information.

Sony PlayStation 5G Handheld Game Console
Photo credit: Anesthétique Projets via Let’s Go Digital
The original PS Vita featured a 5-inch OLED multi-touch capacitive touchscreen, two analog joysticks, and front / shoulder push-button input, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and optional 3G connectivity. Put simply, this handheld game console was ahead of its time, but unfortunately, it did not garner the major third-party developer support required for major success. The console is powered by a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore CPU and a quad-core SGX543MP GPU, making it perfect for just about any game genre. What if Sony released a next-gen version of the Vita with 5G? It might look something like this console. Read more for additional pictures and a bonus video.

Sony Airpeak Drone Wind Testing
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Sony may not be a leader in drones, but their upcoming Airpeak quadcopter is definitely no slouch. They recently headed to the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) for some wind resistance testing, as their facility can generate an artificial airflow at a constant speed. The aim was to see how the drone could be affected by strong wind, and the maximum that it can endure, which turned out to be 44.7 mph. Read more for the video and additional information.

Brass PlayStation 5 Console
There may be a shortage of PlayStation 5 consoles soon due to the Suez Canal blockage, but Matthew Perks decided it was time to turn his into a shiny work of art. To create possibly the world’s first and only brass PlayStation 5, he had to create a template of its exterior using paper. Next, he used these paper cutouts to trace brass sheets and cut out pieces to match them. While those steps sound time consuming, the hardest part was yet to come. Read more for a build video and additional information.

Sony WH-1000XM4 Noise Canceling Headphones
Sony’s WH-1000XM4 Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones are touted as best in class, and you can get a pair for $278 shipped, this weekend only, originally $349.99. Utilizing two microphones built into each earcup, Dual Noise Sensor technology captures ambient noise and passes the data to the trusted HD Noise Canceling Processor QN1. Its new Bluetooth Audio System on Chip (SoC) senses music and noise at over 700 times per second. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Next-Gen PS5 VR Controllers
Photo credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment
Here’s a first look at the new PlayStation 5 VR controllers, which features an “orb” shape that allows you to hold it more naturally, while still offering a high degree of freedom. It was designed with ergonomics in mind, and each VR controller (Left and Right) sports an adaptive trigger button that adds tension when pressed, similar to the DualSense controller technology. There is also going to be haptic feedback optimized for its form factor, making every sensation in the game world more impactful, textured and nuanced. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Sony X750H 4K TV
Sony’s X750H 75-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV may not be the priciest Android-powered smart set, but it’s filled with features, all for $898 shipped, today only, originally $1299.99. Featuring the 4K Processor X1, which means even images filmed in Full HD are upscaled close to 4K resolution by 4K X-Reality PRO using a unique 4K database, while Android TV lets you use your voice to control the display, along with smart home devices. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

PlashSpeed PlayStation 5 Wi-Fi Router Install Vietnam
Photo credit: Lê Gia Hưng/Facebook
Getting your hands on a PlayStation 5 console is tough enough, but for some, getting one through the door is an entirely different story. For those who have watched the short film, titled “PlashSpeed”, this scenario may sound familiar, but anyone who hasn’t, Vietnamese gamer Lê Gia Hưng noticed allegedly noticed a drop in internet speed, that is until he contacted his service provider, Viettel, to call in a technician to come over and fix his WiFi, or so his wife thought. Read more for more pictures and information.

Sony A8H Bravia OLED TV
Sony’s A8H 55″ BRAVIA OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV is perfect for gaming, movies, TV shows, and more, all for $1,498 shipped, today only, originally $1,899.99. Featuring Sony’s X1 chip for a crisp, high-contrast and true-to-life picture, a Pixel Contrast Booster to enrich colors at high brightness, and X-Motion Clarity technology for OLED, which refines the action on screen in real time with brighter and clearer picture than ever before. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.