Sony WEGA 32-inch LCD Video
Pat Houston checks out Sony's entry-level 42-inch Grand WEGA for 2005.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston examines Sony's new line of Wega-branded TVs, which come in 42 inch and 50 inch and sell for $10,000 and $13,000, respectively.
Pat Houston takes a look at Sony's 60-inch whopper, the KDF-E60A20.
The Sony KLV-S32A10 may be the company's least expensive LCD, but compared to the no-name models, it doesn't seem like the best bargain.
Although Sony's KLV-S32A10 LCD produces relatively deep blacks, its overall image quality isn't worth the higher price.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston takes a look at the newly released version of the Sony Vaio W500, which features TV, personal video recording and stereo functions along with a 17-inch display all in one unit.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston takes a look at Sony's new all-in-one desktop computer that has a keyboard that flips up to partially cover the computer's 15-inch screen while in storage.
Pat Houston looks at a Sony behemouth DVD player, the Cx995V.
Pat Houston checks out Sony's new DVD camcorder, the DVD7.
Pat Houston takes a first look at Sony's camcorder, the HC90.