At a swanky central London hotel yesterday, Sony enthusiastically showed off two of the things it's excited about this year. No, not Adam Sandler's moobs -- the Bravia NX803 Monolith TV and its LoveFilm streaming service.
We've gone over the specs for the new NX range before, but just to recap, Sony is pitching these svelte tellies to people who want the coolest hardware. These are not top of the range TVs, with every new feature imaginable, but they are intended to turn heads. And we have to say, it's a success at that. These TVs aren't shallow though, with plenty of features on offer too, such as LED edge-lighting, built-in Wi-Fi and the new LoveFilm service.
Sony seems very keen indeed to get us all streaming films and TV shows to our TVs and Blu-ray players. In fact, the company told us it thinks people are likely to be more interested in its Blu-ray players for their extra streaming functionality than for Blu-ray movies themselves. While that might seem like a strange thing for Sony to say, we couldn't agree more. You can't find the time to watch a film every night, but you might well be keen to catch up on TV from broadcasters such as Five and the BBC.
Anyway, less talk, more pretty tech. Check out the photos, give us your thoughts via the comments section below and keep your eye on our reviews channel for a proper review of all this gear in the next few weeks.