On Wednesday night, Sony president Kazuo Hirai went to Las Vegas and revealed product...after product...after product. There were a mind-numbing amount of products revealed at CES this year and sifting through the various announcements is challenging. Here are some of the highlights from the conference.


The OLED TV had been rumored for a long-time, so its revelation by Sony had to be one of the highlights of this year's CES. There are no speakers on the television, as the sound is emitted from vibrations in the screen, a first-of-its-kind innovation.

LG Display will manufacture the panels and the sizes will be 55-inch and 65-inch.

It's unclear when Sony will begin shipping the new television, but the buzz at CES put the goal date sometime in the second half of 2017. The television is expected to retail for a price between $2,000 and $3,000.

Extra Bass headphones

Another one of the highlights of CES was the announcement of four new Extra Bass headphone models. There are Bluetooth, wireless options with both noise-cancelling capability and regular capabilities, as well as a wired in-ear sports earphone. The Sony Connect app can help listeners modulate sound on the wireless models.

Sony is expected to take these products to market in the spring of 2017.

The company didn't announce any pricing of the items at CES, though.

Sony SRS-XB40 Bluetooth speakers

There were several different speaker models announced by Sony at CES, each combining to join the highlights of the show. The newest line of Bluetooth speakers aren't bound to be popular simply because of the sound quality and volume to emit from them; there's also the ability to combine different speakers in ways that create lighting patterns.

There are equipped with speaker lights, strobe lights, and LED lights, adding a visual effect to a formerly audio-only experience.

Like most of the other Sony highlights unveiled at CES, the new Bluetooth speakers have an unknown release date in the spring, with no pricing information available yet.