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Sony is back in the cutting-edge smartphone business with the Xperia Z.
The Sony PlayStation Vita is a very capable mobile gaming console, but it's more than that as well -- it boasts a web browser, WiFi, Bluetooth, and even optional 3G mobile data service from AT&T.
The Sony PSP Go is the latest in the PlayStation Portable family.
The mylo COM-2 isn't a PDA or smartphone, it's a device that uses a WVGA screen, Wi-Fi, and a built-in keyboard to enable mobile web access and VoIP calls.
The mylo is a small wireless device that allow users to exchange instant messages, browse the Internet, listen to music, send emails, and view photos.
The Sony UX180P is the latest in the string of UMPC releases, or as Sony calls it, the Micro PC.
Ok, so it's not a PDA, notebook or a perfect fit for any of our family of sites, but the Sony PSP is a mobile device that is extremely popular, so it's our duty to play several hours of games to tell you if it's a worthwhile purchase.
The main design of the TH55 is a simple rectangular slab like affair, with the sides crammed with buttons, sliders, and bevels, in traditional Sony fashion.
Introduced to the US market on 10 February 2004, the Sony Clie TJ37, and its lesser cousin the TJ27, look to be a solid competitor to the well-established Zire 71 from Palm.
The new Sony Clie TJ27 is here.
Sony has made a good habit of pushing the limits with their high-end PDAs.
The Sony CLIE TJ35 is the latest compact PDA offering from Sony.
Sony's new NX80 handheld sports a number of improvements over it's predecessor, the NX70.
The TG50 is Sony's attempt to appeal more to the corporate users who want to interact with wireless services like email with a keyboard instead of graffiti.
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