Sony’s lower-priced SLT-series D-SLR got a bit hidden behind its big brother so it’s been given an update and launched on its own so it can get the attention it deserves. Report by Paul Burrows.
Thrilling product of the month even among such a quality pack as featured in this issue is Sony’s confusingly named Bloggie Mobile High Definition Snap camera (MHS-PM5K or PM5 to its friends).
Sony continues to fight the tide of ignorance with its ‘netbook plus’ range of ultraportable PCs. We took a look at the diminutive VAIO P a few issues ago; now here’s the X.
The A900 upped the ante in pro-level D-SLR value-for-money and now the A850 lops another grand off the bottom line with very little impact of performance or capabilities. Report by Paul Burrows.
Toted as ‘everything you need for the ultimate system’ is Sony’s most expensive CD source unit a bargain buy?
Sony’s much-anticipated assault on the top-end of the D-SLR market is spear-headed by a camera that’s a fascinating combination of traditional styling and state-of-the-art technologies. Report by Paul Burrows.
Sony revamps its entry-level D-SLR trio with an eye to providing easier operation and improved value. Paul Burrows looks at the model Sony also hopes will help deliver more market share.
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