A Strange One: Sony Rolly

I see very little detail, but can only infer from this video that the Sony “Rolly” is a tiny device that responds to music and moves around. (I also presume its name rhymes with “Sony,” even though it is spelled like it should be pronounced like “Raleigh.”)

Yes, it’s a flash, moving tube with no discernable purpose. Sony’s still got it! [via Engadget]

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4 Responses to A Strange One: Sony Rolly

  1. Anonymous says:

    Actually the sony rolly is real and Its an mp3 player amongst other things.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Er, I’m not sure what dialect you might be indulging in, but “Rolly” would be pronounced “Raleigh”? Rah-lee? Not Roe-lee? True, Polly would be Paw-lee, but Rolly just looks, you know, like the word Roll (like a tire does) with a Y.
    Not criticizing, just curious.

  3. Anonymous says:

    It appears to have speakers on the ends, so I guess it’s a DAP.

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