Sony's newly announced mobile products might be great. Even greater is the vision behind those products.
Here's the vision: Instead of carrying a smartphone and a tablet, it's better to carry a true "phablet" plus a connected wearable device or two.
Here's how Sony's doing it, and why their vision fricken rocks:
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Key to these products are 3D scanners and printers from Makerbot
We're on the way to a brave new world.
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