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Sony to launch gaming tablet?
Engadget strikes again, this time lifting the lid on a PlayStation-Certified gaming tablet.
Ingram introduces Samsung notebooks to NZ
Korean manufacturer Samsung launches five notebooks into the New Zealand channel.
Sony to take cues from EA's Online Pass?
Evidence mounts that Sony is looking to monetise second-hand game sales by implementing a paid online access model similar to EA's Online Pass.
Mass Effect 2 announced for PS3
Yep, that's right. BioWare confirms a PS3 version for January 2011, a year after it came out on Xbox 360.
Review: Sony Walkman Nwz-W252
This one’s for the joggers out there: a hands-free mp3 player perfect for those who like to listen to music while they run but don’t want a bulky player either in their hands or bouncing around in their pockets.
Review: Sony A550 Digital SLR
Digital SLR enthusiasts have a serious new contender for their attention in the Sony A550.
Game review: Infamous
If you developed amazing super powers, would you really put together an elaborate costume and rush out to save the city? Or would you just look after yourself? These are the questions asked in Sucker Punch Productions’ upcoming PS3 exclusive super-powered sandbox game, inFamous.
Review: Sony Vaio VGNZ17GNB
In stark contrast to this month’s netbook roundups (see page 38), Sony’s VGNZ17GNB is a premium-priced notebook with all the trimmings and a very slim profile.
Review: Sony Ps-Lx300USB Turntable
Hang on - isn’t vinyl dead? Well, in one sense it might be, but if you’re still holding on to stacks of LPs with no playback solution, then Sony’s latest turntable might be right for you.
Review: Sony PSP 3000
The PSP 3000 is Sony’s latest portable gaming system that kids of all ages will be nagging Santa for this Christmas.