Sony at CES 2020 in under 6 minutes

Sony at CES 2020 in under 6 minutes


Sony’s CES 2020 press conference in Las Vegas on Monday was a brief one, but it had some big news in the gaming and, believe it or not, auto department. Sony gave us our first glimpse at the new PlayStation 5 logo, and it shared some new sales milestones for the PS4 and PSVR virtual reality headset. But it’s biggest surprise was a new electric concept car called the Vision-S. Yes, Sony made a car. And it’s here at CES.

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100 Comments on "Sony at CES 2020 in under 6 minutes"


  1. "New features"….LMFAO….Haptic Triggers?? 3D Sound?? UHD Blu Ray?? Are u guys fknn serious?!!?? Hahaha

    This thing is DOA from day one. At least MS are letting them rent some server time; should help the online a lot from their own janky af pos servers

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  2. I think it’s funny how everyone’s mad about being let down by them unveiling their “new logo” I mean yeah it’s silly but those who were there at the complete unveil of the playstation 4 know that Sony doesn’t show their cards off right away. They waited for Xbox to unveil first, make a few huge anti-consumer mistakes like DRM and the inability to resell used games. And then playstation came in the next day with the full console reveal and blew everyone’s minds at how many tactical disses they threw at Microsoft. No DRM, the ability to resell, trade and let friends borrow their games, and at $100 cheaper than the Xbox one.
    So, be patient. I’m sure when they do reveal the playstation 5 it’s going to be quite a show.

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  3. Sony: we have a surprise for you

    Me: patiently waiting years for the A7S iii
    😊😊😊

    Sony: here's a car

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  4. I don’t understand why Sony makes certain games exclusive. I understand that they get more revenue from it but I grew up playing ff7 and now I can’t even play the remake

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  5. The new PlayStation is gonna be awesome! But I think I’ll wait until my PS4 kinks out. In the meantime, there’s loads of upcoming PS4 games coming up soon.

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  6. Literally the only thing I want is to be able to put apps in the home screen. Even the folders are stupid as they don't hold apps.

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  7. I'm not sure if it's a good thing or bad thing that the PS5 still hasn't been unveiled. One would think that if they were confident in it being able to outperform the new xbox they would've showcased it by now.

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  8. They are not revealing the product now ! This talk is just a teaser to get people’s attention first and then they will reveal the product eventually! All companies do that and you fool fall for dattt!!

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  9. Sony car lmao!
    Still attempting to milk PS4 cash cow I see…
    That’s how you know when all the Sony engineers and product concept designers are doing is watching YT content 24/7
    Their imagination is limited to online content.
    So sad… 😔

    Show us the damn PS5 already!
    That’s what’s everyone world wide is waiting for!
    MS Series X must’ve spooked them so good that the cats got it’s tongue tied 😛

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  10. Sony booth way too small. Didn't have cameras didn't have the dog gaming, none that I saw. Their showing at ces was very mediocre

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  11. They had the car there and had no one that knew about the tech. Went to information booth and they said that. Weird CES

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  12. Forget all that other stuff. Massive props to the Japanese guy for doing the whole presentation in English, even though it's his second language.

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  13. Instead of showing the controller or console they show us the official new logo which is exactley the same as the ps4 logo but with a 5 instead of 4 ……

    Touche Sony touche.

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  14. 5G is gonna be huge. This is the ushering in of a whole decade of new tech possibilities. Prepare yourself ladies and gents. The things we're going to see is gonna be beyond our imaginations.

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  15. Apple: makes phones with 5 years old tech. (That too screens and camera supplied by Samsung, Sony, Japan Display)

    Microsoft: makes OS software, gaming consoles, and computing devices.

    Samsung: Makes smartphones, LCDs, displays, batteries, chips, ICs, consumer appliances etc.

    Xiaomi: Smartphones and consumer appliances

    Intel: makes chips

    Sony: Smartphones, TVs, displays, speakers, sound systems, headphones, hi-res audio, cameras, home theatres, lens, Robots, in-car audio, memory cards, cables, gaming consoles, movies, tv channels, industrial robots, accessories, MP3 players, SSDs, external hard-drives, computing devices, calculators……
    wait a minute…. Oh no brother!

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