Hello all, Roger Cheng, executive editor for CNET News, here to bring you all the Sony goodness at CES 2014.
Everyone enjoying the CES coverage so far?
It's already been a wild day, with bendable televisions, appliances that you can talk to (through your smartphone), and, of course, the Michael Bay meltdown.
Let's see if Sony can top things.
Sony is certainly one of the hotter tickets at the show. There was a mass of people waiting to get in, and a stampede to the seats once they let the media in.
Fortunately, CNET elbowed its way to the front of conference area to give you the best view of the event.
@allman: I can imagine an assortment of televisions, phones, and computers -- the usual. Hopefully, there will be a surprise!
So the press is gathered in Sony's massive booth at the far end of Central Hall in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Above is a huge digital banner that wraps around the booth like an oval, suspended about 10 feet off the ground.
Up front is the Play Sony logo, while colorful waves move around the rest of the digital banner.
Sharp eyed live blog followers can see former CNETer Josh Lowensohn, now at the Verge, making his way through the Sony crowd.
So what do I want to see? PS5!
Dear Graeme, 4K will be good when we get decent upscaling from 1080p.
So Sony find itself in the position of chasing after Samsung, and in mobile phones, several other companies.
The company is often criticized as being too siloed, with different units acting without the knowledge of others.
We'll see if that changes with CEO Kaz Hirai. I want to see some good stuff come out of Sony again.
Hard to tell whether the playing music is Mumford and Sons/that guy from American Idol/ Of Monster and Men. GET OFF MY LAWN.