Sony new Internet TV box, projector and Blu-ray player make an appearance at IFA

They do not earn the highlights of the IFA 2011 Sony keynote , but it slips a few more pieces of home theater equipment that are more likely to end up in your living room as his wacky 3D headset . The SMP-N200 replaces the previous Netbox that began last year with a refreshed design and support for HD and 3D. Not surprisingly, this Blu-ray player (no Blu-ray) also supports DLNA throw of content, making it a natural style Apple TV tie-in for the S and P tablet tablet once that they launch. On the road, the VPL-VW95ES is a suitable replacement for last year’s VPL-VW90ES we will probably be more well known later this week at CEDIA. For 2011, it has been refreshed with 3D conversion capabilities, a 3D integrated transmitter to synchronize the glasses and the ability to set and store different positions lenses easily switch between 4:09 p.m. ET ultrawidescreen projection. Finally, the BDP-S185 Blu-ray was announced, with a compact size and power consumption that Sony claims is 47 percent less than models of the previous year as its most notable features. All should start shipping in October, no specific word on pricing yet.




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