While Sony has this 55-inch prototype on display at the conference, it is no where near production or consumers' hands. (CNET staffers at the show are going to give it a look and report back on what they think of it.)
Continuing on the theme of "cutting-edge" resolution, Stringer unveiled a collection of 4K upsscaling Blu-ray player featuring the emerging digital film standard produces a resolution four times that of HD for sharper contrast and a more immersive experience. The technology, already in use in movie theaters, will be making its way into living rooms in the form of a 4K projector.
In the personal electronics space, Sony welcomed back the Walkman. The Android-powered Walkman Z will come with a 4.3-inch touch screen with an 800x480 resolution.
Stringer also announced that the Sony Vita, the company's portable gaming system, would debut in the U.S. on February 22 and feature Netflix connectivity from day one.