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HolidayBuyer's Guide

Stringer at CES

Crystal LED display

Music Unlimited

Integration

Xperia

PlayStation certified

PlayStation Vita

3D titanium glasses

Bravia TVs

Will Smith at CES

Sony CEO Howard Stringer takes the stage at CES to reveal his company's vision for 2012.
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Stringer unveiled a prototype "Crystal LED display" that uses miniature light-emitting diodes in place of pixels.
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Sony's Music Unlimited promises to serve the needs of people who want more music across all their devices, including PlayStation 3 and Android smartphones.
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Seamless integration across many devices was a key message during Sony's keynote.
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The Xperia Ion handset is the company's first 4G LTE device.
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The Xperia Ion smartphone is PlayStation certified, allowing users to play specially ported PlayStation game titles.
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The PlayStation Vita will launch in the U.S. in February with Netflix.
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Sony's new super-light active 3D titanium glasses.
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Sony unveils its new line of Bravia TVs.
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Actor Will Smith takes the stage with Sony CEO Howard Stringer.
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