Sony's Cyber-shot DSC-TX9 is the company's latest high-end ultracompact featuring the ability to capture 3D panorama images with a sweep of the camera. It does other stuff, too, but that's its big selling point.
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On back is a 3.5-inch 921K-dot resolution touch-screen LCD.
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The TX9 measures less than 0.7 inch thick.
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That's it for buttons on the TX9.
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It comes in red, too. Or pink. I can't tell.
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Sony includes a dock to make regularly connecting to your HDTV via HDMI easy. My guess is, though, it won't recharge the camera even with the purchase of an AC adapter.
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In case you were wondering what the experience would be like if you took a 3D picture and viewed it on your 3D HDTV, this isn't it. Going by the demo we got, it's pretty cool, though. Of course you'll have to have the TV or a compatible computer and the glasses to actually enjoy photos in 3D. I'm sure Sony would like you to buy and use the camera now and then when you buy a 3D HDTV you'll be set for content.
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