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  1. _DSC0186 v3 Your CES 2015 Questions Answered by Gina 01/14/2015

    Last week Sony debuted a variety of new gadgets at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show. From new 4KTVs so new audio gear. Lots of details were shared and there’s a ton of great images on places like Instagram. But we know there’s still a lot of questions out there.  Well the team at SGNL by […]

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  2. TV 1 CES 2015: From the Show Floor by Gina 01/05/2015

    The SGNL crew captured the latest products from the Sony Booth at CES 2015.    New 4K ActionCam FDR-X1000V New 4K Handycam FDR-AX33 New Hi Res Walkman – NW-ZX2 Sony’s New SLIM 4KTV – Only .2 inches

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  3. Blog_image3 How Geometry Informs Sony’s Television Design by Gina 10/17/2014

    Geometry. Guessing some people who read that word get the feeling of comfort & confidence. Others probably are beyond grateful for software programs. For Sony, geometry plays an important role in the design of our televisions as we believe the look should be just as important as the technology inside. Tako, chief art director for BRAVIA, […]

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  4. CEDIA Keynote Sony’s CEDIA Keynote 2014 by Gina 09/15/2014

    Watch Sony unveil new products for 2014 in Sony’s opening keynote for CEDIA. From the latest in 4K Ultra HD to a first look at new Hi Res Audio programs and products. Plus a host of wonderful partners on stage sharing their latest and greatest.  

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  5. AC Mini New from IFA: Sony’s Action Cam Mini POV Camera by Gina 09/03/2014

    Sony Electronics has today announced its smallest POV camera to date, the Action Cam Mini, model HDR-AZ1. Approximately 30% smaller than its Action Cam siblings and weighing in at just over 2 oz, the new model packs a variety of leading POV imaging technologies including SteadyShot™ image stabilization, a ZEISS™ Tessar Lens and an Exmor […]

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  6. QX New at IFA: The QX1 and QX30 Lens Style Cameras by Gina 09/03/2014

    Sony Electronics has today announced two additions to their line of Lens-style Cameras. Designed for mobile photography enthusiasts, the new high-zoom DSC-QX30 and E-mount interchangeable-lens ILCE-QX1 models combine ta premium compact digital camera with the convenience and connectivity of today’s smartphones, utilizing Wi-Fi® connectivity. Compatible with Sony’s growing range of E-mount lens offerings including zoom, […]

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  7. Walkman New at IFA: Walkman® NWZ-A17 Hi-Res Audio Digital Music Player by Gina 09/03/2014

    New from IFA and SGNL has a first look! Announcing the Walkman A17 Hi-Res Audio Digital Music Player. It’s joined by the all-new MDR-1A Hi-Res headphones. The 64GB Walkman A17 supports Hi-Res audio playback, while offering expandable memory capacity . It supports digital music files up to 192 kHz/24 bit. Compatible file formats include MP3, […]

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  8. Thumbnail Opening up Sony’s Android Tablet, the Xperia Z2 Tablet by Gina 07/23/2014

    Sony drew the curtain on their latest Android Tablet – the Xperia® Z2 Tablet  at Mobile World Congress back in February – and SGNL by Sony™ gave you the in-depth first look. Next up, seeing how it works by getting a Sony Mobile engineer to rip apart the gear and explain what’s inside. Okay, more […]

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  9. TVthumbnail Sony’s 65″ 4K Ultra HD TV Unboxing by Gina 07/01/2014

    Sure we’ve seen unboxing videos before but rarely of this magnitude. Join us as we watch the SGNL by Sony team take on Sony’s new 64.5” (diag) X900B 4K Ultra HD TV. It took two people to completely set it up. From chrome legs to the port repeater to two remotes, even the protective plastic […]

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  10. RX100 III_Right-1200 Sony’s RX100 III Camera Unveiled, Get the First Look. by Gina 05/15/2014

    We’d like to introduce you to the newest addition to the RX family: The RX100 III. Sporting not only a built-in EVF but boasts a 1.0-type Expor R back illuminated CMOS sensor, 20MP with BIONZ X image processor and large aperture ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* 24-70mm F1.8-2.8 lens. If you’re curious to know how we fit […]

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