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Summary: DUBAI - Consumer electronics giant Sony on Monday launched its latest Personal 3D Viewer -- the HMZ-T1 -- as it continues its push into further innovating users' entertainment experience.

DUBAI - Consumer electronics giant Sony on Monday launched its latest Personal 3D Viewer -- the HMZ-T1 -- as it continues its push into further innovating users' entertainment experience.

The HMZ-T1 is a wearable headset with two OLED screens and a 5.1-channel virtual surround sound that simulates a wide-screen movie theatre experience, allowing users to enjoy movies and games in high-definition and 3D in a whole new environment.

"As the leader in bringing 3D technology to the entire spectrum of product and content offerings in home entertainmentC* we are uniquely positioned to introduce the next path-breaking innovation in the 3D home entertainment segment," Sony Gulf managing director Hiroyasu Sugiyama said in a statement. "With the Sony HMZ-T1, whether it is 3D gaming or watching a 3D movie, you can get the big-screen 3D imagery and the theatre-quality sound experiences at home and in the comfort of your favourite couch."

The technology in the lightweight HMZ-T1 can also be found in Sony's other recently-launched products, such as the Alpha SLT digital cameras A77 and A65, as well as the compact interchangeable lens digital camera NEX-7. The HMZ-T1 -- which also offers an individualised fit -- is compatible with other various devices such as 3D Blu-ray disc players and drives, as well as Sony's PlayStation 3 gaming console and Vaio notebooks.

--alvin@khaleejtimes.com

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Publication:Khaleej Times (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
Date:Feb 27, 2012
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