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Cool Kaz

Bravia new world

Are you Xperianced?

Molyneux takes over

Molyneux has a ball

Two new 4K TVs

Worth holding your breath for?

The grass may indeed be greener

The eyes have it

4K OLED meltdown

A new slogan

Kaz Hirai hits the stage.
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Cool Kaz

Bravia new world

Are you Xperianced?

Molyneux takes over

Molyneux has a ball

Two new 4K TVs

Worth holding your breath for?

The grass may indeed be greener

The eyes have it

4K OLED meltdown

A new slogan

Hirai kicked things off with a quick and colorful overview of Sony's past accomplishments -- which also served as a lead-in to the soon-to-be-announced new products. Here's the $25,000 84-inch XBR-84X900, the company's first 4K TV, which was released in November. As you'll see, it was about to be joined by two smaller siblings.
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Cool Kaz

Bravia new world

Are you Xperianced?

Molyneux takes over

Molyneux has a ball

Two new 4K TVs

Worth holding your breath for?

The grass may indeed be greener

The eyes have it

4K OLED meltdown

A new slogan

During the intro, Hirai announced the new Xperia Z smartphone as well. And then...
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Cool Kaz

Bravia new world

Are you Xperianced?

Molyneux takes over

Molyneux has a ball

Two new 4K TVs

Worth holding your breath for?

The grass may indeed be greener

The eyes have it

4K OLED meltdown

A new slogan

...COO Phil Molyneux took the stage and went into the details. The flagship handset boasts a number of high-end features including quad-core processing, a massive 5-inch screen, and a 13-megapixel camera. You can check out CNET Reviews' Hands-On with the device here.
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Cool Kaz

Bravia new world

Are you Xperianced?

Molyneux takes over

Molyneux has a ball

Two new 4K TVs

Worth holding your breath for?

The grass may indeed be greener

The eyes have it

4K OLED meltdown

A new slogan

Molyneux also showed off a range of NFC (near field communications)-equipped speakers (or in Sony parlance, "One-Touch" speakers). You touch your phone to the speakers, and they start playing whatever audio is playing on your phone. Here, he brandishes a small spherical speaker. "I carry my pink balls wherever I go in my bag," Molyneux joked. CNET's David Carnoy gives a run-down of the line of speakers here.
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Cool Kaz

Bravia new world

Are you Xperianced?

Molyneux takes over

Molyneux has a ball

Two new 4K TVs

Worth holding your breath for?

The grass may indeed be greener

The eyes have it

4K OLED meltdown

A new slogan

Molyneux said Sony's $25,000, 84-inch XBR-84X9004K TV has been well received, but that it's not for everyone. (No kidding.) This spring we'll see 55- and 65-inch models, at what Sony says will be prices similar to those of today's normal high-end TVs. Check out CNET Reviews' take on those two sets here.
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Cool Kaz

Bravia new world

Are you Xperianced?

Molyneux takes over

Molyneux has a ball

Two new 4K TVs

Worth holding your breath for?

The grass may indeed be greener

The eyes have it

4K OLED meltdown

A new slogan

Molyneux shows off the new 55- and 65-inch 4K sets.
Updated: / Caption: / Photo: Sarah Tew/CNET
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Cool Kaz

Bravia new world

Are you Xperianced?

Molyneux takes over

Molyneux has a ball

Two new 4K TVs

Worth holding your breath for?

The grass may indeed be greener

The eyes have it

4K OLED meltdown

A new slogan

More 4K madness.
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Cool Kaz

Bravia new world

Are you Xperianced?

Molyneux takes over

Molyneux has a ball

Two new 4K TVs

Worth holding your breath for?

The grass may indeed be greener

The eyes have it

4K OLED meltdown

A new slogan

The 4K proof is in the pixels, says Sony.
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Cool Kaz

Bravia new world

Are you Xperianced?

Molyneux takes over

Molyneux has a ball

Two new 4K TVs

Worth holding your breath for?

The grass may indeed be greener

The eyes have it

4K OLED meltdown

A new slogan

Kaz returned to the stage to tout a prototype 4K OLED set, but misfortune struck when it wound up displaying a BIOS screen. It was promptly whisked away as Kaz said "excellent" with heavy sarcasm. The TV then displayed some Windows UI gobbledygook before disappearing again. It was a major embarrassment -- a shame because the set had inspired gasps in the audience.
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Cool Kaz

Bravia new world

Are you Xperianced?

Molyneux takes over

Molyneux has a ball

Two new 4K TVs

Worth holding your breath for?

The grass may indeed be greener

The eyes have it

4K OLED meltdown

A new slogan

"Be Moved," said Sony, but it's not clear just how moved the audience was by the company's somewhat truncated-seeming press conference.

CNET has a slew of coverage of Sony's new gadgets. Choose your poison:

A look at Sony's premium high end Xperia Z
Sony's luxurious Xperia Z is slim, trim, and seductive (hands-on)
Sony aims to make a splash with waterproof Xperia Z
Sony's less stylish sibling (hands-on)
How Sony can regain its cool factor in smartphones

Sony's sexy new NFC-enabled portable Bluetooth speakers arrive in March
Sony's new 4K TV will finally cost less than a car
Sony to launch 4K video distribution system this summer
Sony puts 4K front and center with the Sony 4K Ultra HD Video Player

A look at the exciting new technology of Sony's 4K OLED TV
The elegant Sony Bravia X900A isn't just another TV
Sony's R550 LED TV plays nice with DirecTV, NFC
Sony's W900 LED should have great picture quality
Sony's KDL-W802A LED promises more of the same
Sony WX80 is a glimpse of Cyber-shots to come
Sony Cyber-shot cameras of CES 2013 (pictures)
Sony's bullish on camcorders
Sony's gaggle of camcorders (pictures)
Sony's 2013 Blu-ray players stream media from both iOS and Android devices
Sony debuts new NWZ-270 Walkman Sports MP3 player
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