Cybershot G1. No surprises here, just like we saw in those leaked catalog images weeks ago, the G1 brings a range of novelties like 802.11b/g WiFi, 2GB of on-board storage, biggie 3.5-inch LCD, DLNA compliance, and slideshows with music. Hell, we hear it'll even take pictures and record MPEG-4 video in VGA quality courtesy of the 6 megapixel sensor. With FCC approval out of the way earlier today, the cam is certain to hit on schedule in April for a $600 MSRP. Too bad the LCD isn't touch-sensitive like a couple of Sony's other Cybershot cams. We'll try to get hands on with it later in the day from the PMA show in Vegas baby, Las Vegas. Stay tuned.
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