Sony steps out in a big (and little) way at CES

Sony introduced a slew of new products at CES, across a wide range of categories. The tiny Sony P Series Lifestyle PC takes up about the same amount of space as a business envelope. On the other end of the size spectrum, the eco-friendly KDL-VE5 series.

Sony introduced a slew of new products at CES, across a wide range of categories. The tiny Sony P Series Lifestyle PC takes up about the same amount of space as a business envelope. On the other end of the size spectrum, the eco-friendly KDL-VE5 series of HDTVs--which start at 52 inches--turn off automatically to save power when viewers leave the vicinity. Check out the stories below for more Sony announcements.

The Sony P Series Lifestyle PC--just don't call it a Netbook
Eco-friendly Sony HDTVs sense your presence
Sony takes on Flip Video, in Technicolor
Sony evolves its AVCHD hard disk camcorders for 2009
Sony flows 120Hz down to lower-priced LCDs
Sony's hard-drive-based, standard-def camcorders get more storage, longer lens
Sony expands Xplod line of in-dash receivers
Sony's Z-series of LCDs gets widgets, 240Hz

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