Posted by MB on Jan 23, 2010 in Previews, Sony Gaming | 0 comments
Tecmo Koei has announced Dead or Alive: Paradise is headed to the PSP this Spring, and promises “the most beautiful 3D female characters even seen in any PSP title.”
From Tecmo Koei:
“Featuring all the DEAD OR ALIVE lovelies, basking in the tropical sun of ‘New Zack Island’ you will be able to mingle, flirt, play, take snapshots, and challenge the girls in various mini-games found throughout your private island in the best looking PSP game yet.
After a year long wait, I finally got my hands on the Sony Ericsson Satio, first of the Entertainment Unlimited range. It’s main feature is the impressive 12.1 megapixel camera, which from what I’ve used of it so far, is definitely as impressive as it sounds.
I’ll be doing a review shortly of the handset but,until then, here’s some unboxing photos of the handset.
The Sony Xperia X1 has been on the tips of phone junkies tongues since it was announced in Barcelona, Spain in February 2007. With it’s high speed internet connection and ease of use, the X1 is sure to become a necessity for businesses with a need for communication on the go. The X1 even includes the ability to take part in voice chat. The X1 also contains a complete keyboard, made for comfort and ease when communicating or writing. The phone will run the Windows Mobile operating system, and will feature many different downloadable ‘panels’ helping users navigate through the long X1 features list.
Sony’s lastest webcast has been posted up on Inexperia, well most of it.
Sony Vaio JS Series
Ever since it was invented for home use, the desktop personal computers have become a vital household appliance. It is used in almost every home and it has revolutionized the way we work, research and play. Having a good desktop personal computer for home or in the office is as important as having an air conditioning unit in a heat wave. Either completing tasks for school or creating a presentation for work and even playing to unwind the stress that comes along with the other two, the personal computer can do it. Today, bigger, faster and better personal computers are demanded to coup with the fast advancement of technology. And with the VAIO JS series desktop PC from Sony, the wait is over. It is a desktop computer designed to give you a powerful tool with aesthetics.
The Sony Xperia X1 is set to be one of the most advanced phones available on the market and is expected to be a direct competitor of the Google G1 phone. The Sony Xperia will feature high speed internet access, and will allow you to view streaming audio and video. The X1 will also feature 3.2 megapixel camera with up to 3x zoom, as well as video recording. With the high speed data transfer, picture and multimedia messages will be sent lighting fast on the X1. The phone will also allow you to navigate using a touchscreen, using either a stylus pen or your fingertip.