CEATEC 2013 dates for new Sony experience

CEATEC Japan 2013 promises to be another great year for the event and as such many consumer electronics makers will be on hand to show us what we can expect from them in the coming months. Products like smartphones, cameras, TVs and so much more will be at the event, and Sony is very excited to outline their plans.

The CEATEC Tokyo 2013 dates are October 1-5 and over the course of those few days we will find out all about the new Sony experience. So what do they mean by this new experience?

It comes as no surprise that the new flagship Xperia Z1 will be the center of attention and we will get to see just what it is made of in a series of demonstrations, with its camera being the main focus.

We are more interested in some of the other products though, such as the new Sony BRAVIA4K LED TV range, and home theater systems, which will work in unison to give you a more complete experience. That will not be their only 4K range, as also on show will be a 4K video camera designed for consumers.

Sony products at CEATEC 2013 — The key products that Sony will display during CEATEC this year are the Xperia Z1, DSC-QX100 and DSC-QX10 lens-style cameras, BRAVIA 4K LED TV from the X8500A series, HT-ST7 Home Theatre System Sound-Bar, FDR-AX1 4K Handycam and finally a prototype 56-inch 4K OLED.

More details on each of these products can be found on the Sony website. If you would like to know all the exhibits at CEATEC 2013 then you can do so by visiting the official site.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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