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CES 2011: Vendor reinvents its Handycam range among others

Sony showcases first 3D camcorder

Sony has unveiled its new line of Handycams, including its first foray in to 3D video capture.

As well as Sony’s new 3D camera, the HD-TD10E, there is also a model called the HDR-PJ that incorporates an integrated projector, while the HDR-CX700E cover the prosumer end of the scale.

As well as revamping its camcorder range, the vendor has also introduced new devices, such as the 3D-capable Bravia LCD TV, 3D Blu-ray capable home audio and video systems, Cyber-shot cameras, VAIO® personal computers, and e-readers.

“This year, consumers will notice many dazzling new networked products, content, and services, along with innovative, future-focused technologies,” said Sony’s chairman, Sir Howard Stringer.

“It’s a consumer proposition that no other company can match, and it’s an impressive, concrete testament to the strength and vision of Sony.”

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