Sony is launching a new digital juice weighing scale that will sell for around £2,000.
The company is also making an analog weighing scale for £2 and it is a bit of a mixed bag for those who have never tried a digital weighing scale before.
First up we have the Sony A20 weighing scale.
This is an 8.3-inch scale which is the size of a standard digital weighing bar.
It’s powered by a USB-C connector, which means it has a 1Ghz clock speed and can be plugged into an Apple TV.
There’s a 3D touch display which shows the weight and the weight of each bar, and a button for the digital scale to start weighing.
The screen is also able to be turned on and off so that the digital weighing scales can be used while the TV is turned off.
There is no indication as to when this will be available but it’s not likely to be until next year.
The Sony A22 weighing scale is the same size as a standard measuring bar, measuring 6.5in x 5.5ins x 0.9in.
This weighs 7lb 8oz and has a 7.5kg scale.
It has a 3d touch display and a digital scale button to help you weigh.
There are also the Sony Z9 weighing scales, the Sony M18 weighing scale and the Sony D1 weighing scale which are all the same height and width, measuring 5.7in x 3.5 inches x 0 1.5 in.
The new Sony A19 weighing scale weighs 5.4lb 8.5oz.
The digital scales are priced at £2.99 each and come in three colours, blue, yellow and green.
The scales are available in the US, UK and Germany.
There isn’t a single retail outlet for the scales but they are likely to go on sale at retailers in the coming months.
If you are interested in buying one of the new digital weighing apps, you can find them in the Sony Apps store.