Sony launched a new 10.1-megapixel DSC-G3 Wi-Fi enabled camera with a built-in Web browser for connecting to public hotspots. The G3 features a 4x optical zoom lens, 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD, optical image stabilization, and face detection. It’s also DLNA complaint for those with DLNA TVs or laptops.
While Wi-Fi in a digital camera can make it possible to upload while on the go, many hotspots require a login or registration using a Web page. To get around this problem, Sony simply embedded a browser into the camera, which can be accessed by pressing the WLAN button on the back.
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