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Sony hits the stage at CES 2014

Mike Fasulo, the new president and COO for Sony took the stage to show off many of the new products for 2014 including 4K TVs, a HandyCam, new cameras, and much more.
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Make your own 4K movies

Fasulo introduces this year's 4K Handycam, the FDR-AX100, a much smaller and lighter version of last year's model.
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Alpha 5000 camera

For point and shoot enthusiasts, Sony announced the Alpha 5000. Fasulo says it's great for the point and shoot camera crowd looking to step up their game.
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Sony 4K TVs -- lots of them

Sony outdid itself with 4K televisions, announcing three new product lines with three televisions in each for a total of nine new models.
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The Walkman W

The Walkman W series has been making waves in the aquatic circle letting you swim laps to music. The new underwater-ready ear buds deliver hi-definition sound as you swim.
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S-Master HX Hi-Res Audio Amplifier

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Wearable theater display

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Tennis sensor?

A new tennis sensor that attaches to your racket measures ball speed, swing speed, and more.
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Sony Smartband

Along with a LifeLog app that runs on your smartphone, the Smartband will measure all sorts of things in your daily life. Sony says it's not just about logging info; It will help inspire you with ideas and recommendations.
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