Sony clicks with new Clie Video
ZDNet's Patrick Houston gets a peek at the new Clie handheld, which features a built-in, 2- megapixel camera, a keyboard and Bluetooth support.
The Clie PEG-UX40 and PEG-UX50 from Sony runs the company's new "Handheld Engine" chip and feature wireless communications and a flexible mini-notebook design. CNET News.com's Richard Shim takes a look.
The handheld meets the laptop in Sony's fully loaded, clamshell-style CLIE UX-50 PDA.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Sony unveils its new Linux-based digital home-entertainment hub CoCoon, which stands for connected community on network.
Sony shows off new additions to the Clie line at the PalmSource Developer Conference in San Jose, including the TH55, aimed at professionals.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Intel's Craig Barrett unveils Centrino, the company's next-generation mobile processor technology that integrates wireless networking capabilities with processor power.
The Sony CLIE PEG-TJ37 stays competitive with an integrated camera and Wi-Fi but runs out of steam with a dim screen and poor battery life.
Despite a few design quirks, the sleek Sony CLIE PEG-TH55 offers a long list of features that will appeal both to business users and those with more playful natures.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, electronics maker Panasonic shows ZDNet's David Coursey a tiny device that incorporates voice recorder, video camcorder, MP3 player and digital camera.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Sony shows off its new camcorder that allows users to record their videos to a mini-DVD format.