CES 2009:Sony DSC-G3 - the world`s first camera with Wi-Fi and a web browser
January 9, 2009, 8:24 pm
The company Sony introduced at CES 2009 the world`s first digital camera module with Wi-Fi, which integrates the Web browser. According to Howard Stringer (Howard Stringer), executive director of Sony, DSC-G3 withdrawal will mark the beginning of a new generation of camera Cyber-shot. All the news coming out of this series will have Wi-Fi so that users can upload photos to the Internet from any place where there is an access point. As a demonstration model G3 Stringer laid out just taken pictures at Flickr via your browser. The main characteristics of Sony DSC-G3 following:a sensor with a resolution of 10, 1 IP, 4-times optical zoom, Wi-Fi with DLNA, 4 GB of internal memory, the function of identification. New on sale. The cost in dollars is $ 500.