CES2010: Sony Dash hands-on

Sony has unveiled a new personal Internet device for just about any room in your house and your office. The personal Internet device acts as multiple devices ranging from weather, alarm clock, digital picture frame, widgets and many other features.

The Sony Dash is touch screen with working widgets and customizable themes to give off a better look and feel. The Sony Dash allows video playback that can be played off of a USB drive or wireless network, as well as an e-book reader and a built-in web browser.

Sony mentioned that you can multitask with the Sony Dash, so you can listen to the radio while you are updating your Facebook status.

The Sony Dash will retail for around $200 in April 2010.

The lack of audio is due to a noisy floor, so we supplemented with some restaurant music. Happy Dining!



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