Lights, projectors, speakers, displays, and sensors work together to create a dreamy living room experience.
The TV companies at CES insist this really is the year of 4K and smart interfaces you'll actually want to use. And from what we've seen, we tend to agree—as long as the price is right.
The new TV sets already make up at least 10 percent of Sony's TV sales
PS4 sold 4.2 million units last year, beating Microsoft's Xbox One. Sony also announced a cloud-based TV service
At CES Sony showed off two pieces of hardware: the Sony Smart Eyeglass prototype, and a head-tracker upgrade to its $999 Head Mounted Display.
The FDR-AX100 is a roughly palm-sized tool that will address lack of 4K content.
Sony further pushes 4K lineup with the flagship XBR-X950B series.
Consumers may be slow to adapt to Ultra HD TVs, but Sony executives say there's plenty of programming to enjoy on the higher-resolution sets.
With CES 2014 about to begin, here are the people and companies we're keeping an eye on at this year's show.