Sony held a press event at the Humingbird Center for the Performing Arts today in Toronto, and PCSTATS was there. The tour included some new LCD TV offerings, a pair of point and shoot cameras that can detect smiles before taking a picture, several other home theatre oriented products and a pair of 11" OLED prototype displays.
OLED stands or Organic Light Emitting Diode, and I can only describe the visual quality like this... compared to a standard LED HDTV, an OLED display is like colour HDTV compared to a 14" black and white TV from the 70's. Yes, it looks that good! Sony was doing their best to discourage photos, so there's nothing worthwhile to post here. More on this OLED marvel later.
Pictured above is an exploded Sony A700 Pro-sumer digital camera. The 12megapixel A700 has some cool features, most notably Image Stabilization, a magnesium alloy frame, and digital noise reduction implemented at the sensor, and post-processor level. It's a nice camera, but buying into proprietory lens that are not Nikon or Canon is always a tricky question.