Sony's two new Cyber-shot T-series cameras don't look very different from past models, but they certainly feel different; these new cameras eschew buttons in favor of big, touch-sensitive LCD screens.
The Cyber-shot DSC-T200 and T70 respectively replace the
Apart from the touchscreens, the T200 and T70 are nearly identical to their predecessors. They both use the same sensors and lenses as their bigger siblings; the T200 sports a 35 to 175mm-equivalent 5x lens just like the T100's, while the T70 uses the same 38 to 114mm-equivalent 3x lens found on the T20. The only other change is the T200's optional HD-output, found on the T20 but not the T100. Hopefully, Sony's improved its touchscreen interface in the last two years, otherwise you'll probably want to stick with the old-timey, button-driven models.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T200 and T70 hit stores in early October. The T200 will be available in red, black, and silver for about $400, and the T70 will come in pink, black, white, and silver versions with a suggested retail price of $330.