It has taken two years for Sony to enter the tablet market, and in that time every manufacturer and their budget Taiwanese spin-off have colluded to fill the tablet market with dross.
With smooth and clear 3D that isn’t blighted by crosstalk, blur-free 2D detail and a packed and nicely upscaled Bravia Internet Video smart TV service, the Sony KDL-55HX823 55-inch LED-backlit LCD TV hugely impresses
The Sony 40NX723 40-inch LED TV is a feature-packed, cutting-edge set that delivers excellent pictures from a variety of sources.Find out all you need to know in our expert review.
Compact system cameras (CSCs) such as the Sony NEX-C3 are all the rage at the moment. Their promise of DSLR-quality images from a lightweight compact camera form is certainly a tantalising prospect, for snap-shooters and enthusiasts alike.
Great performance and features make Sony’s BSP-S380 entry-level Blu-ray player stand out from the crowd. Check out our expert review to find out more about this great little Blu-ray player.
The Sony Bloggie range joined the ‘simple video recorder’ party quite late in the game and well after the introduction of the Flip camcorder. But with Flip no more, the Bloggie finds itself ideally positioned to become the new top dog of quick video capture.
Not so long ago, 37-inch TVs were the most popular size in Britain. In 2011, though, they seem to be a dying breed, with fewer and fewer models finding their way into TV ranges. Sony, for instance, only has two 37-inch TVs in its latest range, including the KDL-37EX524 we’re looking at today.
Find your perfect travel companion in the Sony DSC-H70 and DSC-HX9. With a G Lens, powerful zoom and HD recording, your travels won’t be forgotten!
Sony was an early exponent of net-connected TV. While it’s rivals were fumbling through the adolescent stages of internet connectivity, the Japanese major already had a mature IPTV portal on the go in the shape of its BRAVIA Internet Video (BIV) service.
The Sony KDL-40CX523 steers clear of the potential minefield that is 3D, aiming instead for good old-fashioned value for money. Read more in our expert review.