We've already discussed this. So why are you not looking at Gizmodo in HD? Just hit the HD view icon sitting to the right of the eyeball and magnifying glass on the top right, and you'll be instantly treated to big, crisp, beautiful Gizmodo in HD.
Then, you'll be in such an HD state of mind that you'll be inspired to get out there, grab your smartphone, and make an HD video. Hey, wait. To do that, you'd need a phone that can record video in full HD. Well, Sony's first LTE smartphone, the Xperia™ ion, is just such a phone. It not only shows photos and video in HD on a 4.6"* display that is powered by Sony's Mobile BRAVIA® engine, but it allows you to capture video in HD, then share it across multiple screens via HDMI, Bravia Sync, and DLNA.
The 12MP fast capture camera featuring Exmor R™ for Mobile and quick launch, lets you go from standby to shoot in just over a second, so you won't miss the precise moment when the setting sun creates a perfect arc over the lake's horizon, or when that crazy guy who always breaks into song on the F train platform decided that today is the day he's going to accompany his outburst with a little interpretive dance.
And your videos will look seriously impressive thanks to the Mobile BRAVIA Engine, which uses contrast enhancement to bring out image details, reduces any noise caused by video compression algorithms, and applies a sharpness filter.
Check out all of the HD capabilities of the Sony Xperia ion, the official sponsor of Gizmodo's HD view, here. Happy HD video making!
*Screen measures approximately 4.6" diagonally.