The Sony Dash is a touch-screen box that sits on your table and streams news, music, videos, and a customizable selection of widgets.
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The Sony Dash is shaped like a wedge, with a power jack on the bottom and two ports on the left side for USB and headphone output.
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The top of the Sony Dash includes volume control and a large menu button that doubles as a snooze for the built-in alarm clock.
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The Sony Dash, unfortunately, must be plugged in at all times using the included power adapter. There's no internal rechargeable battery or optional battery backup.
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The screen on the Sony Dash measures 7 inches diagonally and is easy to read at a distance.
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