Slick, stylish and packs a punch -no wonder the latest Sony kit has seen fit to advertise with Skyfall.
The family of Xperia, Bravia and Vaio work together in a way that would have once seemed worthy of Q’s most dazzling gizmos.
As this site’s Sean Wilson says, 007 has re-discovered his licence to thrill, and he begins his review by saying: “The James Bond franchise may be 50 years old but it’s delivered one of its greatest entries in the form of Skyfall.”
Sony too, has its own heritage, although it’s a little older than the Bond, clocking in at 66 -it was founded in 1946. And the latest Xperia smartphone and tablet, Bravia TV and Vaio laptop combo, stacks up pretty well against the brand’s back catalogue.
The ability to swap channels on the Bravia TV by using your Xperia Smartphone or tablet is something that sounds particularly fun, as does throwing music tracks from those devises to the Vaio laptop.
In the world of electronic equipment, Sony has that suave swagger.