Sony releases enhanced 3D cameras, TVs and players at CES

Sony’s CES display ranges from full high-definition, 3D-capable BRAVIA LCD televisions; 3D Blu-ray Disc capable home audio and video systems and Sony Internet Television powered by Google TV to Cyber-shot cameras, Handycam camcorders, VAIO personal computers and Reader Digital books.

For home entertainment enthusiasts, Sony’s latest Blu-ray Disc player, the BDP-S780, designed for discerning consumers looking for optimal 2D or 3D entertainment experiences.

The new model is compatible with Blu-ray 3D as well as DVDs, CDs, and SACDs. It features built-in Wi-Fi wireless (802.11n) with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), as well as an Ethernet jack for access to online video content from BRAVIA Internet Video and video chatting via Skype.

It can convert 2D content to simulated 3D and improves standard definition and enhances web quality video with Sony’s IP Content Noise Reduction technology and Precision Cinema HS Upscaling technologies.

It also includes Sony’s Super Bit Mapping technology which delivers smoother colour reproduction when, connected via HDMI. For content creators, Sony has revealed the world’s first HD 3D pocket camera, Bloggie 3D (MHS-FS3).

The Bloggie 3D camera captures HD 3D as well as Full HD 2D MPEG-4 video or 5.1 megapixel photos. Sony’s new VAIO F series 3D laptop is designed for consumers looking for the ultimate in mobile entertainment and functionality.

The F series laptop has a built-in 3D sync transmitter and includes 3D active glasses, allowing viewers to enjoy 3D movies and pictures in full HD 1080p resolution on its 16-inch, high-contrast, and 16×9 widescreen display.

And new VAIO PC`s with built in Blu-ray drives can a ideal bridge between the HD playback and the creation of consumers’ own HD world, allowing them to manage, edit and share personal HD content, while preserving their digital memories.