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PRESS RELEASE: Sony Scoops Five EISA Awards
Sony technological innovation has once again been recognised by the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA). This year the EISA judging panel has made no less than four awards to Sony Europe in categories spanning home entertainment, digital imaging and in-car navigation. A fifth award was made to Sony Computer Entertainment Europe for PLAYSTATION®3.
EISA Awards 2007-2008 have been made to Sony Europe for these products: European Green Television (Sony BRAVIA KDL-40D3000); European Video Projector (Sony BRAVIA VPL-VW60); European HD Camcorder (Sony Handycam® HDR-SR8E); and European Portable Navigation (Sony NV-U92T). PLAYSTATION®3 was winner of the European Media Center category.
"It's immensely gratifying to have the skill and passion of our designers and engineers recognised by the world's largest and most prestigious multimedia magazines association", commented Fujio Nishida, President, Sony Europe. "At Sony we take pride in creating products that transcend their basic function to create an emotional connection with the user. This year's award‑winning innovations are a perfect demonstration of this 'Sony Spirit' in action."
EISA is the largest editorial multimedia organisation in Europe, with a membership of nearly 50 Audio, Mobile Electronics, Video and Photo magazines drawn from 19 European countries. This year' award winners were selected after the deliberations of a judging panel comprising journalists and independent technical experts.
The 2007-2008 EISA Awards will be presented at a special Gala Event on September 1st, 2007.
(First posted on Wednesday, August 15, 2007 at 20:48 EDT)