Sony TP1 Hands-On: Cylindrical PC Looks like a Roll of Toilet Paper

Even though it was introduced at CES, we're still fascinated by Sony's unusually-designed PC in the round, the TP1. Sony designers say they created this media center PC to fit in with the decor of a living room rather than an office, although we're not sure whose living room they had in mind. We got our hands on this… »2/27/07 7:50pm2/27/07 7:50pm

Sony Bravia KDF-50E3000 Micro-Display TV Hands (and Eyes)-On

We got a closer look at all of Sony's rear-projection TVs today, otherwise known as micro-displays, and these units had three LCDs inside a cabinet that the company says is 22% slimmer than previous Sony Grand Wega Projection TVs. Here's a good look at the side of the slimmed-down 50 inch KDF-50E3000, a 1080p TV whose… »2/27/07 7:35pm2/27/07 7:35pm

Sony Shows Its First Bluetooth Personal Stereos and a Bluetoothy Boombox, Too

Sony rolled out a slew of its first Bluetooth stereos including this ZS-BT1 wireless boombox that receives Bluetooth signals via A2DP. It has a remote control, and the great-looking player actually sounds pretty damn good. You can also connect your music player via a line-in jack, and it has 10 AM and 20 FM station… »2/27/07 12:28pm2/27/07 12:28pm

Sony Offers Receivers/Speakers for Home Theater Systems That Are Easy to Turn On

Sony's showing a bunch of home theater amplifier and speaker systems—seven to be exact—and they bring ease of use to packaged home theater systems, letting you turn on the system with the press of one button. This HT-7100DH pictured above is a $500 system that includes five satellites and an 8-inch sub. Cranking out… »2/27/07 9:20am2/27/07 9:20am