The 12-inch "monster" tablet with detachable keyboard also seems inspired by Microsoft's Surface Pro, and like old Sonys, it's expensive. But can an upstart PC company make it these days?
Sales to developers are planned before April.
Sony has suspended dividends payments for the first time since 1958, and will get rid of its midrange phone business.
No KitKat for you!
Finally, some cable channels will stream to cord-cutters.
The glasses have a basic green text display and feel a bit like a computer monitor from the 1980s
It's Sony's two new watches, but only one of them seems truly your time.
The phones and tablet are minor upgrades from the ones launched earlier this year, but PlayStation gamers will want to take note.
Sony's making a bet that what you really want to do with your smartwatch is be able to read it in direct sunlight.