Sony clearly sees touchscreens as the future of computing.
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Ultrabooks are known to be thin, fast and powerful machines. They weigh about three pounds on average, can hybernate in seven seconds, turn back on almost immediately due to their solid-state drives and offer high-performance.
Some people thought that wearing the iPod nano as a watch on your wrist was a pretty cool thing. And it was. As we rely more and more on our smart phones as a one-stop shop device having the ability to access some of its features while still in your pocket is a good thing. So Sony has developed the SmartWatch, which allows you to some extent to navigate your smartphone right from your wrist.
Years ago when I was buying a single-lens reflex camera for a photography class, I was told to go with either Nikon or Pentax as they were the best value and had the greatest variety of lenses. Later, when digital single-lens reflex cameras (DSLRs) started to become popular, Canon kicked Pentax into obscurity. Sony, on the other hand, wasn’t on the radar.