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Sonys Las Vegas wedding
Sony sends out invites for Las Vegas wedding

22 Dec 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Sony has prepared an extraordinary wedding in Las Vegas. The groom, "Sony Entertainment Network", will marry the bride, "Television". In other words; Sony’s 2012 is all about Smart TV.

Sony's Las Vegas wedding

The manufacturers are preparing for CES 2012 in Las Vegas, and Sony has arranged one of the most creative events we have seen in the recent years. In Vegas "Television" and "Sony Entertainment Network" will declare their love for each other, and Sony has invited the press to one of the largest – and probably most expensive – Las Vegas weddings.

Sony wedding in Las Vegas
Television to marry Internet at CES this year


And with Sony’s CES teaser we have learned that Sony’s 2012 is all about Smart TV and synergy between TVs and SEN (Sony Entertainment Network) that spans over music, video and games.

The wedding ceremony is scheduled for January 11. Trinitron, PlayStation 3 and Al Gore have already announced their arrival. FlatpanelsHD will make sure to send home a few wedding shots for your pleasure. Send a note of congratulation at Sony's official Wedsite.



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