With new wave of 4K TVs coming, Sony’s 850D is a steal — and here’s why

Before we opened the box to unwrap Sony’s 65-inch 850D series TV to test, I’d read a lot about the TV’s lack of really good contrast. The thinking was this: if you were watching  the set in a dark room, or you were watching a really dark scene, the TV would express blacks as dark gray.

We found that to be just a tiny bit true, but we also found this TV to be the best in class for a sub $2,000 65-incher (full disclosure, we have not tested the Vizio P series, which is well thought of as well).

What makes this Sony so good?

Well, it makes everything you throw at it look better. It makes everyday stuff like DirecTV look really good and makes DirecTV 4K look spectacular.  But what really amazed us is how good it can make even an HBO Go feed on “X Men Apocalypse” look.

I had three people compare the 4K DVD version of the film with the streaming, non 4K version, being fed via Apple TV, and while everyone picked the 4K DVD version as clearer and more breathtaking, it took everyone a few input switches to choose. The upscaling engine, the technology that takes non 4K stuff and upconverts it to quasi-4K, is simply amazing in this set.

That’s an important thing to know since most people will be watching non-4K material most of the time.

The other thing that blew us away with the Sony was the accuracy and depth of colors. Using some calibration settings we easily got online, the TV gets out of crazy bright Vivid mode and into color accurate mode pretty quickly. Give your eyes a day or two to adjust and the set delivers a simply impressive picture, as good as you might see at the multiplex from 4K sources using a technology called HDR, which is baked into some physical and streaming movies. In a sense, HDR  makes colors and scenes punchier and more accurate, like when you sit at the doctor and they put that machine over your eyes and ask, “Does this look clearer? Or does that?”

HDR is the latter.

This set is going for as low as $1,300 now as the 2017 sets are beginning to hit the market. For most people, this set is all they’ll need, even if you get in the store and fall in love with those OLED sets that do super-deep and super-rich pictures — but also come with a super-rich price tag.

Trust, this is the next-generation TV set for most of us.

Sony showcases new Music Video Recorder at 2014 NAMM Show

Sony shows off what its new Music Video Maker can do at NAMM 2014.
Sony shows off what its new Music Video Maker can do at NAMM 2014.

We were stopped in our tracks at the Sony booth this year by the band performing there. LA-based alt-soul sextet Elaine Faye and the Big Bang were holding court with a brilliant acoustic set. They aren’t friends, we aren’t paid to pimp, we just liked them.

We noticed Sony’s new Music Video Recorder display next to us as we stood listening. The handheld recorder was broadcasting video of the live performance on a monitor mounted to the wall. Sony had our attention.

The Music Video Recorder, as its name implies, records both music and video. Sony states in its press release the Music Video Recorder is “a new camcorder concept designed and engineered specifically for musicians – the HDR-MV1 Music Video Recorder. From stage to web, the video camera lets artists shoot and share every performance with superb Full HD image quality and dynamic studio-quality sound.” Nice.

The portable recorder, which retails for a very reasonable $299 and fits in the hand, records CD-quality sound and 1920×1080/30p HD video. Built-in wi-fi allows video to be instantly uploaded to a smartphone or tablet for sharing. The camera can be controlled from any compatible device and includes a wide-angle 120 degree Carl Zeiss lens.

Sony is already an established leader in handheld digital audio recorders. The addition of HD video recording to their proven excellence in the audio space makes us think the Sony Music Video Recorder is a device worth a look.

For more information, visit http://www.sony.net/Products/di/en-us/products/tvo9/
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4K HD is here. Do you want it? Do you care?

Like your 1080p television? Good, It’s obsolete and it’s not 3D, it’s 4K HD that’s the culprit.

Yes, as I write, the first sets are available on line and at select retailers. It has a resolution four times that of 1080p sets, or so says the folks who make them. It’s hard to really tell because there is not much content available to watch. Heck, there’s nothing that’s broadcast in 1080p, much less 4K HD.

Sony 84-inch 4K HD TV
Sony 84-inch 4K HD TV XBR-84X9oo

Sony seems to be the first up, promoting  55, 65, and 84-inch screens. Pick the 84-inch screen it has the ability to upscale even low-resolution media to near high-res content. It also has an LED backlit screen controlled by an Xperia Tablet S. No, you cannot download an app to another tablet or a smartphone to control your TV. The included tablet is your only remote. The software works specifically with that remote.

How much? $24,999.99.

The 55-inch runs $4,999, while the 65-inch will set you back $6,999.

Sooo, to get this better picture you will need to upgrade almost everything you own. A 4K movie will fit on a Blu-ray disc but the whole media may change, according to a Sony representative. Even if the content is delivered by Blu-ray, you will need to upgrade your player. If you own a Playstation 3, all you may need is a download which is usually free. That depends if the Playstation’s hardware will allow this upgrade.

Sony also offers receivers and pre-packaged audio systems to handle 4K. There will also be a streaming network with 4K content available.

LG, Toshiba and Samsung will be shipping product soon, but Sony’s lead may be what that company needs to reignite the public’s interest in Sony product.

Or this could be another bust like 3D. Those sets never took off. Buyers have scoffed at the cost of glasses and movies. 4K actually improves picture quality so this may be Sony’s ticket.

Here are the bigger questions: does the public need or even want this tech? Will the public care about this tech?

There a plenty of people who have taken the Hi-Def plunge but have settled for 720p (which is cheaper) over 1080p sets which are now readily available. This 4K is said to be stunning in definition, but a new set, media player and audio system may not be what consumers want to deal with coming out of a recession.

Or maybe it is. There’s a big group of folk itching to buy something. Will 4K HD be that something? We’ll keep you posted.

 

cross@alldaytech

 

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Ford bullish on 2013 Taurus restyle, options

2013 Taurus Limited AWD

Ford set the automotive industry on its collective ear when it introduced the 1986 Taurus sedan in late 1985.

The chiefs at the other car companies dismissed it as being too radical and the public wouldn’t go for it. Wrong. It was a huge hit, so much so that others tried to follow too quickly and came up with messes and misses.

By the 2000s every company had gotten it right and the Taurus was an afterthought. It was clunky, chunky and oh so not funky anymore.

Not to worry. Ford revamped the sedan some years ago, moving it from midsize to full-size and the Taurus is back on buyer’s radar.

The 2013 Taurus has been tweaked with several goodies to make it more desirable.

If you want fuel efficiency go for the new turbo four-cylinder with 225 horses and 250 pounds feet of torque. That will get you 31 miles per gallon on the highway.

Want more oomph? The SHO has 365 horses and 350 lbs-feet of torque.

Or you could go with my test car, the all wheel drive limited with the 3.5-liter V6 which has 290 hp and 255 ft-lbs of torque. That’s the engine most will get and it’s a good one. It’s smooth and efficient and hooked to an exhaust system that sounds great. It returns 18 mpg city and 26 on the highway. Not bad numbers for a large car.

The AWD system, the engine and the six-speed transmission work well together. The car does, at times, feel as big as it is. Ford has taken care most of the problems this year, keeping the car from lumbering around drifting. The SHO kills even more of that feeling, but the limited is still all most will ever need.

The exterior has a new grill, front and rear fenders and taillights. The grill is larger with smaller slats. Wheels are new as well. The overall look is more grown up and handsome.

Upgrades to the cabin are welcomed, thank you

The cabin has been spruced with better looking and feeling materials. The door handles, center console and dash are more elegant, while the seats are really comfortable and cool – literally. The front seats are heated and cooled.

There’s much tech. The Ford MyTouch system has been improved greatly, though it can still be tricky. I’m still sold on the SYNC system which lets you voice command your way through the nicely done infotainment system. An optional package gives you blind-spot warning, cross traffic warning and adaptive cruise control with pre-collision warning. The ubiquitous backup camera is standard on the limited.

On the highway the Taurus proves to be a champ at offering a comfortable and compliant ride. It doesn’t float, but there is the feel of luxury. The V6 offers good passing power and will move you down the highway with authority. Again, that big-as-I-am feeling creeps in from time to time, but it doesn’t spoil the party.

Would I buy a new Taurus? If I needed this much space, sure. It’s a good-looking, well rounded sedan that will seat five and hold all the luggage on a trip (there’s 15 cubic feet of trunk space). If you need more space and have fewer passenger, the 60/40 split rear bench gives you even more options. It’s stylish but not short on substance.

The Taurus limited starts at $34,850. With the mountain of options added my test car, finished in a nifty kodiak brown with charcoal leather interior, was tested at $41,135.

That’s a little on the hefty side but you can trim some of the options or step down to the SEL if you don’t need AWD. If this is in your ballpark, go for it. The Taurus is well done.

 

cross@alldaytech.com

 

 

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Sony releases intriguing Amazing Spider Man trailer

OK, you can book us at the new “Amazing Spider Man” movie due this summer. The trailer is above.

Special effects, storyline, acting, plot all look solid and while we enjoyed the previous three Spider Man movies (well maybe not the third one so much), this one looks darker and more serious.

Sony released the trailer this week for the movie that is due July 3. Sony held special preview events in 13 cities, including Berlin, Rome and Paris. The events began with a 3D version of the trailer, which debuted online Wednesday.

The film stars Andrew Garfield in the old Tobey Maguire role as Peter Parker. The bad guy this time is the Lizard. Guess the Green Goblin will have to wait.

 

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Sony releases launch details for PlayStation Vita

One of the most interesting tech hardware launches in recent memory comes early next year when Sony delivers its new PlayStation Vita handheld system.

It’s said to boast PlayStation 3 quality graphics on a 5-inch screen in the palm of your hand. It will run via WiFi or 3G. It has full gaming industry support and will have 25 titles on launch day Feb. 22. Software will run you between $10 and $50.

Ay, there’s the rub.

With so many Android and iOS games available for free or $0.99 and “expensive ones” going for under $8, we raise an eyebrow. Are  gamers who’ve grown accustomed to the inexpensive smartphone gaming era willing to drop serious coin for just one game–even if that game is better and easier to control than the iPhone or Android models?

Remember the Vita will have dedicated gaming buttons, and we will never argue that playing Madden football on a mini-PS3 isn’t better than playing on a Samsung Galaxy S II.

But we’re talking about $250 for WiFI and $300 for 3G versions of the new Sony device. That’s more than the iPod Touch–and games will cost more too.

Will the Vita’s hardware/software combo be enough to convince gamers a separate device that doesn’t do all the things modern smartphones do is worth the expense?

It’s a question we think a lot of folks will seek an answer to in February.

Here’s the press release with more launch details:

Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC today announced software launch details for the highly anticipated PlayStation®Vita (PS Vita) handheld entertainment system, which will boast the biggest and best launch lineup across the history of PlayStation platforms. PS Vita will offer the most popular franchises in gaming along with entirely new titles – all built from the ground up to take advantage of PS Vita and the unique ways it enables gamers to play.

The PS Vita platform has the full development support of the gaming industry, including SCE Worldwide Studios and all third-party publishers, who are combining to deliver 25 titles on day one. First-party launch titles will include Escape Plan™, Hot Shots Golf®: World Invitational, Little Deviants™, ModNation™Racers: Road Trip, UNCHARTED: Golden Abyss™, and wipEout® 2048.  Key launch titles from third-party partners will include EA SPORTS FIFA Soccer (Electronic Arts, Inc.), Lumines ™ Electronic Symphony (Ubisoft, Inc.), Touch My Katamari™ (Namco Bandai Games America Inc.), Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3® (Capcom Entertainment, Inc.) and Virtua Tennis™4: World Tour Edition (Sega® of America).

Pricing for all software will range between $9.99- $49.99 (MSRP). Software titles will be available via PS Vita game cards at retail stores or digitally via PlayStation®Network. In addition, a select number of titles will be available exclusively on PlayStation Network

“PlayStation Vita is the ultimate portable gaming device, offering all of the interface, controls and social connectivity that gamers have been dreaming about to deliver unsurpassed entertainment and completely new ways to play,” said Jack Tretton, president and CEO, Sony Computer Entertainment America. “PS Vita features the most extensive launch lineup in PlayStation’s history, and there are more than 100 games in development, ensuring that PS Vita gamers will always have a steady stream of amazing titles at their fingertips.”

The gameplay experience on PS Vita is unmatched by any other mobile device in the market, providing new ways to interact through features such as its 5-inch OLED multi-touch screen and rear touch pad, dual analog sticks, dual cameras, and six-axis motion sensing system. PS Vita will also interact with the PlayStation®3 (PS3™) with compatible titles, offering multi-player gaming across both platforms and cloud-saving so consumers can play a game on one platform and pick up where they left off on the other.

PS Vita will draw consumers deeper into the gameplay experience by providing both 3G/Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi only models, enabling them to connect and play with the world around them, including their friends and other PS Vita owners. A variety of social networking and communications services such as Facebook, flickr, foursquare, Skype™, and Twitter will be available on PS Vita.

PS Vita launches at major retailers in the United States and Canada on February 22, 2012. The Wi-Fi model will be available for $249.99 (MSRP), and the 3G/Wi-Fi model will be available in the United States for $299.99 (MSRP). Consumers who pre-order the PS Vita First Edition Bundle will be able to pick up their devices as early as February 15, 2012. All first-party launch software titles and a selection of peripherals and third-party games will be available that day to support the release of the pre-sale Bundle.

Consumers who purchase PS Vita will also be able to experience Augmented Reality (AR) right out of the box.  Included with every PS Vita system are six AR Play cards and one voucher to download a handful of augmented reality mini games via PlayStation®Network.

SCEA Launch Day Titles
Escape Plan™ (PSN Only)
Hot Shots Golf®: World Invitational
Hustle Kings™ (PSN Only)
Little Deviants™
ModNation™ Racers: Road Trip
Super StarDust™ Delta (PSN only)
UNCHARTED: Golden Abyss™
wipEout® 2048        
Launch Window Titles
Gravity Rush™
MLB® 12 The Show
Reality Fighters™
Unit 13™
Third Party Publisher Launch Day Titles
Army Corps of Hell © Square Enix, Inc.
Asphalt® Injection Ubisoft, Inc.
BEN10™ GALACTIC RACING D3 Publisher of America
Blazblue: Continuum Shift EXTEND* Aksys Games Localization, Inc.
Dungeon Hunter Alliance Ubisoft, Inc.
Dynasty Warriors Next Tecmo Koei America Corporation
F1 2011™ Codemasters®
EA SPORTS FIFA Soccer Electronic Arts, Inc.
Lumines ™ Electronic Symphony* Ubisoft, Inc.
Michael Jackson The Experience Ubisoft, Inc.
Plants vs. Zombies™ (PSN Only) Sony Online Entertainment LLC
Rayman® Origins* Ubisoft, Inc.
Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen Namco Bandai Games America Inc.
Tales of Space: Mutant Blobs (PSN Only) Drinkbox Studios
Touch My Katamari™ Namco Bandai Games America Inc.
Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3®* Capcom Entertainment, Inc.
Virtua Tennis™4: World Tour Edition Sega® of America
Launch Window Titles
LEGO® Harry Potter™: Years 5-7 Warner Bros. Interactive Ent. Inc.
Disgaea ®3:Absence of Detention NIS America, Inc.
NINJA GAIDEN® Sigma PLUS Tecmo Koei America Corporation
Ridge Racer® Namco Bandai Games America Inc.
Silent Hill Book of Memories Konami Digital Ent. America, Inc.
Supremacy MMA: Unrestricted™ 505 Games

Peripherals and Accessories

There will be a broad selection of official accessories that will be available at PS Vita’s launch, such as a Carrying Case, In-Ear Headset, and Cradle.

For consumers looking for a complete solution, a Starter Kit will be available for $39.99 (MSRP), which includes a 4GB Memory Card, Pocket Pouch, Protective Film, Card Case, Headphones, and Cleaning Cloth. Standalone Memory Cards will start at $19.99 (MSRP), providing plenty of options for storing games and save data, videos, music, photos and more.

Product Name Release Date MSRP
4 GB Memory Card February 15, 2012 $19.99
8 GB Memory Card February 15, 2012 $29.99
16 GB Memory Card February 15, 2012 $59.99
32 GB Memory Card February 15, 2012 $99.99
Starter Kit with Memory Card February 15, 2012 $39.99
In-Ear Headset February 15, 2012 $19.99
Carrying Case February 15, 2012 $19.99
Travel Pouch February 15, 2012 $19.99
Protective Film (2 pack) February 15, 2012 $9.99
Card Case February 15, 2012 $5.99
Cradle February 15, 2012 $19.99
Portable Charger Spring 2012 $49.99
AC Adaptor February 15, 2012 $14.99
Car Adaptor Spring 2012 $14.99
USB Cable February 15, 2012 $14.99

 

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“Social Network” writer to pen Steve Jobs biopic?

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Sony, which acquired the rights to the Steve Jobs film, is quickly green-lighting the project. Quoting a source, the L.A. Times says Sony is working with writer Aaron Sorkin, who wrote “Moneyball” and the FacebAaron Sorkinook movie “Social Network” to write the new movie.

The “Moneyball” and “Social Network” writer was said by the person to be considering the prospect but had made no decisions. Sony and a Sorkin representative declined to comment on the writer’s potential involvement.

Sorkin is known for penning stories about the lives of fiercely smart, if difficult, figures, of which Jobs certainly was one. Isaacson’s take on the late executive as someone whose penchant for “magical thinking” was both a great advantage and a fatal liability seems particularly suited to a Sorkin script, as does the detail about Jobs’ biological father, whom he met unwittingly at a Silicon Valley restaurant.

The movie, whenever it comes out would seem to have a built-in audience. CBS’ “60 Minutes” show Sunday, which included a segment on Jobs, earned ratings up 47 percent in the coveted 18-49 demographic compared to the week prior.

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Sony says 93,000 user accounts hacked

Sony PlayStation networkSony’s chief information security officer, Phillip Reitinger, has taken to the web to alert users of the company’s online services about another hacking issue.

Reitinger posted on Playstation’s blog that Sony has detected an attempt to hack user approximately 93,000 accounts globally on its Sony Entertainment Network, PlayStation network and the Sony Online Network services. The post says the hacker used large amounts of data obtained from “other companies, sites or other sources.”

In other words, a hacker nabbed a big set of user IDs and passwords from other compromised sites and tried to match them with customer data in Sony’s database to access Sony customer accounts–all the more reason to use different IDs for different sites, right?

The attempts were apparently made between Oct. 7 and Oct. 10 so Sony was proactive in getting word out immediately. Earlier this year, when LulzSec hacked into its network, Sony kept quiet for about a week.

This time, Sony said less than one tenth of one percent of its accounts were affected. It said the affected accounts have been temporarily locked and are undergoing security checks. Sony says credit card information is not at risk and it will work with any users who have had unauthorized purchases made on their accounts.

As a preventative measure, we are requiring secure password resets for those PSN/SEN accounts that had both a sign-in ID and password match through this attempt. If you are in the small group of PSN/SEN users who may have been affected, you will receive an email from us at the address associated with your account that will prompt you to reset your password.Similarly, the SOE accounts that were matched have been temporarily turned off. If you are among the small group of affected SOE customers, you will receive an email from us at the address associated with your account that will advise you on next steps in order to validate your account credentials and have your account turned back on.

We want to take this opportunity to remind our consumers about the increasingly common threat of fraudulent activity online, as well as the importance of having a strong password and having a username/password combination that is not associated with other online services or sites. We encourage you to choose unique, hard-to-guess passwords and always look for unusual activity in your account.

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Sony unveils Live with Walkman handset

The Xperia Play didn’t have the PlayStation name in it, and maybe that had something to do with why the otherwise pretty good Android smartphone didn’t do well. Well, it was also kind of thick and heavy in a world where thin is in, but the name thing didn’t help any.

Sony’s making sure to not miss the mark with its new “Live With Walkman” handset it announced today. The Android handset has a Walkman button to deliver instant access to the music player and users can share and discover content easily thanks to Facebook intergration.

HERE’S THE RELEASE

22 August 2011, London, UK – Sony Ericsson today announced Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman™, an Android smartphone that delivers a unique social music experience. A dedicated Walkman™ hardware button provides instant access to the music player and consumers can also like, share and discover content through a deep Facebook™ integration. The infinite button lets the consumer explore even more and the *Qriocity service from Sony provides music and video content for the consumer to enjoy.

With attractive curved design, a glossy finish and a mineral glass display, the phone has a 3.2″ screen and a powerful 1Ghz processor. A front facing camera is enabled for Skype video calling, while a 5MP AF camera can capture 720p HD video recording. *Sony’s xLOUD™ enhances audio output, while the latest Android platform for smartphones (Gingerbread 2.3) provides access to over 250,000 applications on the Android Market™.

Nikolaus Scheurer, Head of Product Marketing, Sony Ericsson said: “Consumers want smartphones to deliver a rich and social entertainment experience. Rather than a one dimensional music experience, they want instant and seamless access to new content, combined with the ability to share and connect with their friends. The Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman™ provides exactly this, in a powerful package with great style.”

A perfect combination of social networking and music entertainment:

Deep Facebook™ integration: Allows users to instantly access Facebook through the most used areas of the phone such as the picture gallery, music player, phonebook and calendar.
Media Discovery Application: A dynamic application placing the world of music and videos at consumer’s fingertips including Facebook™ recommendations from their friends.
Infinite button: Tapping it within the media player enables consumers to have instant access to new content about their favourite artist, such as music videos, artist information and lyrics search.
Qriocity music and video content services from Sony: Consumers can access millions of songs from all major labels and watch thousands of movies from all major studios. Only Sony Ericsson Android smartphones provide consumers with unique access to the entertainment services from *Sony.
*Sony’s xLOUD™ technology: Enhances audio output of the inbuilt speakers at high levels.
TrackID™: Identifies the music track you are listening to within the FM radio and music player. The track can then instantly be shared or downloaded.

Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman™ will be available globally in selected markets from Q4 2011.
For full details all products news, please visit the press room and the product blog:
http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/corporate/press/pressreleases/latestnews
http://blogs.sonyericsson.com/products/

Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman™ at a glance.
*Please note that all services mentioned may not be available in every market.

Colours

Black and White

Facts

Size: 56.5 x 106 x 14.2 mm
Weight: 115 g

Camera

5 megapixel camera
8x digital zoom
Auto focus
Face detection
Flash/Photo light
Flash/Photo flash
Flash/LED
Front-facing camera (VGA)
Geo tagging
HD video recording (720p)
Image stabiliser
Red-eye reduction
Scene detection
Self-timer
Send to web
Smile detection
Touch capture
Touch focus
Video light
Video recording

Music

Album art
Bluetooth™ stereo (A2DP)
Music tones (MP3/AAC)
PlayNow™ service
Stereo speakers
TrackID™ music recognition
Walkman™ player
xLOUD™

Internet

Android Market™
Bookmarks
Google™ search
Google Voice™ Search
NeoReader™ barcode scanner
Pan & zoom
Web browser (WebKit)

Communication

Call list
Conference calls
Facebook™ application
Google Talk™
Polyphonic ringtones
Skype
Sony Ericsson Timescape™
Speakerphone
Twitter™ (Timescape™ integration)
Vibrating alert
Video chat ready

Messaging

Conversations
Email
Google Mail™
Handwriting recognition
Instant messaging
Multimedia messaging (MMS)
Predictive text input
Sound recorder
Text messaging (SMS)
Type & Send widget

Design

Auto rotation
Four-corner Home screen
Keyboard (on-screen, 12-key)
Keyboard (on-screen, QWERTY)
Live wallpaper
Picture wallpaper
Touch screen

Entertainment

3D games
Media browser
Radio (FM radio with RDS)
Video streaming
Video viewing
YouTube™

Organiser

Alarm clock
Calculator
Calendar
Document readers
Emanual
Flight mode
Google Calendar™
Google Gallery 3D™
Infinite button
Phonebook
Setup guide
Event
Timer
Widget manager

Connectivity

3.5 mm audio jack
aGPS
Bluetooth™ technology
DLNA Certified™
Google Latitude™
Google Maps™ for Mobile
Google Maps™ with Street View
Media Transfer Protocol support
Micro USB support
Modem
Native USB tethering
Synchronisation via Facebook™
Synchronisation via Google™ Sync
Synchronisation via Sony Ericsson Sync
Synchronisation with computer
Synchronisation via Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync®
Synchronisation: Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync® via Moxier client
USB mass storage
USB High speed 2.0 support
USB support
Wi-Fi™
Wi-Fi™ Hotspot functionality
Wisepilot™ turn-by-turn navigation

Display

3.2 inches
16,777,216 colour TFT
480 x 320 pixels
Capacitive touchscreen (multi-touch)
Scratch-resistant

Memory

Phone memory (user-free): Up to 320MB
Memory card support: microSD™, up to 32GB

Battery life

Talk time GSM/GPRS: Up to 14 hrs 15 min*
Standby time GSM/GPRS: Up to 600 hrs*

Talk time UMTS: Up to 6 hrs 42 min*
Standby time UMTS: Up to 850 hrs*

Music listening time: Up to 17 hrs 30 min
Video listening time: Up to 6 hrs 30 min

*According to GSM Association Battery Life Measurement Technique. Battery performance may vary depending on network conditions and configurations, and phone usage.

Networks

UMTS HSPA 850 (Band V), 1900 (Band II), 2100 (Band I)
GSM GPRS/EDGE 850, 900, 1800, 1900

UMTS HSPA 900 (Band VIII), 2100 (Band I)
GSM GPRS/EDGE 850, 900, 1800, 1900

In the kit

Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman™
1200 mAh battery
stereo headset
2GB microSD™ memory card
Charger
micro USB cable for charging
synchronisation and file transfer
user documentation

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