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Introducing the Sony waterproof Walkman W series MP3 players

Introducing the Sony waterproof Walkman W series MP3 players

These days the trend of waterproof devices is on the rise with Sony being one of the leading contenders in this regard. It all started with the waterproof phones, then the tablets and it now seems that the company is expanding its reach to other devices as well. In what seems to be an excellent looking marketing move, the Japanese tech giants are now shifting their focus onto the waterproof Sony W Series Walkman MP3 players and have even taken it within their strive to market each device fully submerged inside plastic drinking water bottles. Sounds quite appealing doesn’t it ? Even though MP3 players are losing their initial charm now thanks mainly to phones irrespective of the fact whether they are smart or not, people prefer listening to songs through them rather than carrying a separate MP3 player all the time. The device which comes with 4GB internal memory is available in two colors, white and black and is currently selling for a retail price of $99.99. So if your one of those who like listening to songs while taking a dip underwater or while in the shower, then these nifty little devices should be your perfect...

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Tablet photography to reach new heights with the Sony SPA-TA1 attachment for QX10/QX100 lens-style cameras

Tablet photography to reach new heights with the Sony SPA-TA1 attachment for QX10/QX100 lens-style cameras

No matter how awkward it may actually look but there are a few group of people who like capturing their special life events using their Tablets that may range anywhere between 7 to 1o-inches. Well, it seems that Sony have come up with a device which is sure to make them extremely happy. Not so long ago, the Japanese tech giants launched their very first detachable QX10/QX100 lens-style cameras that could very well be attached with any smartphone using Bluetooth or NFC. The only issue with these lenses were their inability to get attached with the larger tablet screens  but now things are about to change thanks to the Sony SPA-TA1 attachment for tablets. The attachments are for devices that would range between 85mm and 190mm in width which is definitely a huge upgrade from its predecessor that could only support devices having a maximum width of just 75mm. The Sony SPA-TA1 tablet attachment will launch on April 4th 2014 in Japan at a suggested retail price of 3,675 Yen (£21, €26, $36). Till now there has been no official word as to when the new attachment would be available outside Japan but there are rumors suggesting that it would be pretty soon. If your’e one of those who like to carry your tablets wherever you go just to capture those magical moments, should most certainly give this nifty little device a thought. Sony SPA-TA1 arm sizes 1) 85 × 65.6 × 33.9mm 2) 106 × 65.6 × 33.9mm 3) 127 × 65.6 × 33.9mm 4) 148 × 65.6 × 33.9mm 5) 169 × 65.6 × 33.9mm 6) 190 × 65.6 ×...

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Sony and T-Mobile giving one FREE year of PlayStation Plus subscription on purchasing the Sony Xperia Z1s

Sony and T-Mobile giving one FREE year of PlayStation Plus subscription on purchasing the Sony Xperia Z1s

These days company’s know exactly how to attract their customers and what better way of doing it than offering something for free. It seems that Sony are doing just that with their latest  offering that includes a one whole year subscription of PlayStaion Plus, Sony’s premium gaming service for their flagship consoles that include the PlayStation3, PS4 and PSVita gaming devices with the purchase of a brand new Xperia Z1s from either Sony or T-Mobile. PlayStation Plus offers a vast variety of benefits that include 2-3 free games every month, a 1GB additional cloud storage, discounts on PS Store content and a host of other interesting perks as well. The membership on its own costs $39.99 for a 12 month subscription whereas the Xperia Z1s is currently available at an outright price of $528 from T-Mobile. Owner’s of the recently launched PS4 would be more than interested in this deal since it is a requirement to become a PS+ member in order to play games online on the PlayStation 4. The procedure to get the free subscription is quite simple. All you need to do is follow these 3 steps: Purchase a Xperia Z1s at T-Mobile or through Sony by February 12th. After purchase, redeem your offer by March 5th by entering your information and uploading images of your Xperia Z1s receipt along with a picture of the IMEI number from your Xperia Z1s box. A promo code for the PlayStation®Plus subscription will be sent by email to customers no later than March 21st. For those of you who are planning to buy the phone with the world’s best underwater camera, then you should definitely give it a thought to this amazing offer. Smart move on Sony’s part if you ask...

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A first hand in-depth look at Sony’s next-gen monster – The PS4 [video]

A first hand in-depth look at Sony’s next-gen monster – The PS4 [video]

Ladies and Gentlemen….Boys and Girls…children of all ages !!! The wait is FINALLY over and in just a few hours, you’ll be able to get your hands on one of the most highly anticipated device this year…Sony’s next-gen marvel, The PlayStation 4 !! Here’s a pre-launch live stream extract of what the new console has to offer and how it has left us gasping for air just by giving it a small glimpse. Don’t believe me yet? Have a look at it and find out for yourself. The video literally made us drool to our limits and I’m pretty sure after watching the whole thing, you all would be feeling the same as well. Trust Me !!! Enjoy and share in your joys with us 😉 Video Courtesy:...

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Galaxy S5 to have a Samsung or Sony 16MP Camera Sensor

Galaxy S5 to have a Samsung or Sony 16MP Camera Sensor

Samsung has provided us with pretty great camera’s in the past when it comes to smartphones. They normally make their own components when it comes to processors and displays, especially, when it comes to their very own flagship devices. That being said it would be quite a shock for some people to know that the camera sensors found in the Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy Note 3 are made by Japanese Giants “Sony”. Sony in the past has had the monopoly in the market when it came to 13 Megapixel sensors, but there is inside news that for the Galaxy S5, Samsung are still planning who to choose for making their 16 Megapixel sensor, would it be Sony or Samsung LSI (part of Samsung group). This would be interesting to see who will be able to implement the latest “ISO CELL” technology, which enables for great pictures in low light. Already the rumors for the Galaxy S5 have started to storm in like of which include a first of its kind “Eye Detection” security, or it having a Flexible display or an aluminum metal body. Currently these are all rumors, but they sure sound...

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