Stringer at CES

Sony CEO Howard Stringer takes the stage at CES to reveal his company's vision for 2012.
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Crystal LED display

Stringer unveiled a prototype "Crystal LED display" that uses miniature light-emitting diodes in place of pixels.
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Music Unlimited

Sony's Music Unlimited promises to serve the needs of people who want more music across all their devices, including PlayStation 3 and Android smartphones.
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Integration

Seamless integration across many devices was a key message during Sony's keynote.
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Xperia

The Xperia Ion handset is the company's first 4G LTE device.
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PlayStation certified

The Xperia Ion smartphone is PlayStation certified, allowing users to play specially ported PlayStation game titles.
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PlayStation Vita

The PlayStation Vita will launch in the U.S. in February with Netflix.
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3D titanium glasses

Sony's new super-light active 3D titanium glasses.
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Bravia TVs

Sony unveils its new line of Bravia TVs.
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Will Smith at CES

Actor Will Smith takes the stage with Sony CEO Howard Stringer.
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