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SONY Rolly Hands-on

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There were rumors on the Rolly crawling the internet for a while now, and today Sony finally unveils the truth about this new robotic toy, the ROLLY.

Essentially the ROLLY is a kind of wireless speaker/audio player with 1GB of internal memory, you can interact with it and select the tracks you want to listen to. The Rolly is an autonomous audio player and has a battery life of 5h when it plays music from its internal memory and 4h 30m if the music it streamed to the ROLLY via Bluetooth computer connection. Finally you can also PLAY with the Rolly since it will be able to somehow “dance” in rhythm with the music it plays for you.

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leave a response    7:33 am    September 11th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   
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    One Response to “ SONY Rolly Hands-on”
    Bill W Says:

    Ugh.

    Doesn’t look like Sony is coming back as a player anytime soon….

    My kids would like it…. but for 20 bucks they’ll will get more entertainment from the i-dog speaker.

    I thought Sony was onto something when they first launched the PSP (games, movies, music). But Sony makes you buy memory sticks and proprietary discs for media - when will they figure out that people want to be able to store media directly on a device and don’t want to deal with memory sticks. Done right the PSP could have taken a bite into Apple’s media share.


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