Hey, I'm Xiomara Blanco for CNET here at the Shape AT&T Tech Expo in San Francisco, and I'm checking out some pretty cool Sony concept devices.
First up in the category of don't hold your breath for these in stores anytime soon, is this very polite robot assistant.
In addition to responding to voice and gestures, and looking cute The Sony Xperia Agent has a little screen that can show you information like the weather or upcoming events on your calendar.
It also has a built in camara to make video calls.
Then there's the smart projector that's meant to be used for much more than just watching movies with the family.
The Sony Experia Projector has an interactive interface projection that you can can use just like a touch screen.
It can run apps like a shared family calendar and act as a hub for your smart home.
Both of these devices are in the prototype stages meaning they aren't available for sale and Sony doesn't have a timeline or price range for either On the flip side, these two accessories you can buy but don't [UNKNOWN] your credit card just yet.
The Sony Smart Eyeglasses sold for $899 however, they're not meant for mainstream use.
There's no app store for them so you'd have to make your own app just to use them.
Some companies utilize the glasses to help more health workers navigate around their facilities without having to look down at a map.
Though that kind of tech would be very useful when playing Pokemon Go, Sony has no plans to make the smart eyeglasses available for the masses.
The Sony Xperia Ear, however is meant for mass consumption.
It looks like your normal bluetooth headset but it isn't.
As soon as you put it in your ear, the smart accessory which works together with an app, notifies you about any missed messages, what's next on your schedule or even And the latest news.
Fully charged it lasts about three and a half hours and the case that it comes with can recharge it up to three times.
It'll be available by the end of 2016 but pricing is unknown.
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