BERLIN, August 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Sony Corporation's President and Chief Executive Officer Kazuo Hirai unveils an array of Xperia smartphones, a new Xperia-branded Tablet, VAIO PC,
Wi-Fi camera, NFC-enabled audio devices, new applications,new musical partnership, a Book of Spells and a showstopping 84-inch BRAVIA 4K TV at IFA 2012
Sony Corporation ("Sony") today unveiled a portfolio of advanced next-generation products which will help accelerate the revitalisation of the electronics business.Kazuo Hirai, Sony Corporation's new President and Chief Executive Officer, speaking at Sony Europe's press conference at the IFA electronics show in Berlin, launched a range of compelling products - each emphasizing Sony's stated strategic focus on Mobile, Digital Imaging and Gaming. "This is an extraordinary company going through extraordinary times. It forces us to confront difficult realities and make hard business decisions. We must look at ourselves honestly and hold true to the values and purpose of Sony. I am determined to do this with a laser-like focus, speed and execution," said Hirai, "The products I unveil today will show Sony's long-standing ambition to deliver what customers value…a simpler, easier, more entertaining and user-friendly experience." The range of new products announced in Berlin includes three new Xperia smartphones - one featured in the forthcoming James Bond movie Skyfall - a new splash proof Tablet, a new hybrid slate/laptop VAIO PC, a new NEX camera with built in Wi-Fi, enabling feature-adds post purchase and enhanced NFC enabled headphones and audio devices. Sony also unveiled a stunning 84-inch BRAVIA 4K TV, promising a totally immersive experience and building on Sony's acknowledged professional expertise in 4K with acclaimed broadcast camera the CineAlta F65 and 4K cinema projection system. Hirai vowed that each product would reflect the 'One Sony' ambition, the organisation's drive to deliver technically-advanced products and compelling consumer experiences through greater synergies across all Sony's businesses from electronics to games, movies and music.