It's a case of "all stock must go" as Sony prepares to shut its two remaining brand stores in NSW.
In the wake of last week's announcement that it would be shutting its two surviving NSW Sony Centres, the company has kicked off a liquidation sale.
Signs at the World Square Sony Centre, just below CNET Australia's office, proclaim that "all stock must go". Pricing inside includes a 55-inch Bravia HX750 for AU$1499, a PRST2 eReader for AU$159 and the SANS300 network speaker for AU$149.
Staff at the Drummoyne Sony Centre confirmed that the sale is active there too, with the same pricing. The stores will be closed by 3 March.
According to Current.com.au, Sony plans to replace the Centres with branded kiosks in selected department stores.