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Sony Dash internet radio

Ilse Jurrien
CES report
Saturday 9th, January 2010
Posted by: Ilse Jurrien

Sony confirmed its commitment to providing consumers with innovative networked products with the introduction of the new Sony Dash personal Internet viewer. Featuring a vivid 7" color touch screen (measured diagonally) and access to over 1,000 free Internet apps, including news, calendars, weather, sports, social networking and more, Sony Dash utilizes an existing home wireless connection to continuously deliver Internet content to its viewers. By bundling favorite pieces of the Internet together, the Sony Dash provides always fresh, personalized content at a glance. The Sony Dash internet radio will be available this April for about $199.

Sony Dash internet radio

Sony Dash internet radio
"In today’s connected world, Sony continues to look for ways to help enhance consumers’ entertainment experiences throughout the home" said Brennan Mullin, Sony Electronics’ senior vice president of the personal imaging and audio business. "With Sony Dash, we’re empowering consumers with a fun, interactive way to stay connected with their news, entertainment, interests and ultimately, their lives."

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Sony Dash internet radio

Download apps for the Sony Dash
The new Sony internet radio offers free access to more than 1,000 apps from chumby industries, inc. as well as the robust audio and video content from Sony’s Bravia Internet video platform, including YouTube, Pandora Internet radio, Epicurious, Crackle, Livestrong, Blip.tv and much more. Other content includes a NAVTEQ app for easily accessible traffic updates on a customized route, and a Cozi app for simple management and synching of family calendars. Further, Sony Music Entertainment and Sony Pictures Entertainment will be contributing exclusive Sony Dash apps for movie trailers, music videos, custom user themes and more, including an app from Dr. Oz offering daily health and exercise tips.

Sony Dash internet radio

Run applications simultaneously on the Sony Dash internet viewer
In addition, Sony Dash internet viewer can run multiple sources of content simultaneously, so for example, Internet radio can be enjoyed while browsing through online photo albums. Or, the alarm clock can be set to play selected online videos from music, sports and other news feeds. The new internet device from Sony also allows users to choose apps either directly from the device or online through a PC, and new content for the Sony Dash will continue to be added moving forward.

Sony Dash internet radio

Sony Dash internet radio price & availability
Within the Sony Dash, an internal accelerometer supports vertical flip, allowing for two optional viewing angles: upright, ideal for a table or nightstand; and tilted, perfect for a countertop. The Sony internet viewer also supports multiple user profiles and channels, allowing several members of the household to create and maintain their own customized view of the Internet. The Sony Dash personal Internet viewer also features built-in stereo speakers as well as a USB port for simple connection to a variety of external electronic devices. Additionally, a headphone output jack gives users the option to listen privately through headphones or through external speakers. The Sony Dash internet radio will be available this April for about $199.

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