At CES 2010, Sony introduced its new dash Personal Internet Viewer. According to Sony, the Wi-Fi-enabled device “gives you the information that you care about instantly.”
Sony dash is equipped with a 7-inch color touch screen that provides access to over 1,000 free Internet applications such as news, weather, photos, and more. It also allows users to run multiple sources of content simultaneously. In addition, the alarm clock can be set so that any form of media can wake the user up.
The design structure of the device is very accommodating because it rotates. As a result, it can be used just as easily on a nightstand, as it can be used on a kitchen counter.
As a perk for third-party developers, dash is an open source platform. Anyone can submit an app to Sony for review.
The dash Personal Internet Viewer will be available for purchase in April for around $199.