A robotic dog was the standout gadget unveiled by Sony as the company announced its latest product line-up ahead of the CES technology show.
Aibo, the robot canine first released by the firm in 1999, is making a comeback, going on-sale in Japan later this year, Sony boss Kazuo Hirai confirmed.
The company also announced what it claims are the first wireless earphones that are both noise cancelling and splash proof - the WF-SP700N.
New versions of the firm's flagship Bravia televisions were also announced.
Mr Hirai said Sony's vision was to "release products that make the ordinary, extraordinary", but added that there was "still so much we can do to innovate".
Sony's announcements, which also included new cameras and soundbars, came ahead of the opening of the CES technology trade show on Tuesday.
Aibo will be among the products on display on Sony's booth, on show outside of Japan for the first time.
However, the robot is yet to be given a release date for other parts of the world.
Earlier on Monday, fellow tech giants LG, Samsung and Panasonic all also unveiled new televisions - a traditional staple of CES.
The companies have also been focusing on the increasing importance of artificial intelligence and the growing influence of the smart home - with connected appliances set to dominate the CES show floor.