Watch Sony's CES Press Conference Live Online At 5pm PST


CES is now very much underway and we have already seen announcements coming from Nvidia, LG and Samsung. That said, it is now Sony's turn to show everyone what they have in store for the first part of this year. The event goes live in thirty minutes at 5pm PST time. If you are east coast based then that will be 8pm while if you are further abroad then it will be the wee hours of the morning.

As to what we are likely to see? Well, that is debatable. Over the last few weeks, we have seen a whole ton of rumors that Sony will release the much anticipated Sony Xperia Z range tonight. The rumors have suggested that as well as the actually Sony Xperia Z4, there might also be the Sony obligatory Z4 Compact, maybe a Z4 Mini and even a Z4 Ultra. That is all rumors though at the moment and instead none of the Z4 range might actually appear. Either way though there will be a few things worth a look. We have already seen that an alluring Walkman poster has been pictured at CES which had led to some interesting rumors. It is also highly expected that Sony might unveil a couple of fitness trackers and possibly even a follow up smartwatch.


So it does look like we are in for a packed evening. You can watch the whole event unfold live on the stream below. Alternatively, we will be keeping everyone up to date on all that is unveiled, in our live blog which will go live just before the start of the show.  So make sure to check the blog out, and you can watch the live stream here.

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