Edward C. Baig, USA Today writes: "Sony's Dream Machine clock radios have been bedside fixtures. Now, Sony has come out with an alarm clock that befits the cyberage. It's the touch-screen Sony Dash that I've been testing, and it'll wake you up with a music video or Internet radio."
"To typecast Dash as an alarm clock is to sell it short. Dash also functions as a digital photo frame for Facebook or Photobucket pictures. It serves up Martha Stewart recipes and Facebook and Twitter status updates. You can browse TheNew York Times or Engadget headlines or watch YouTube— even take in a full-length flick from Amazon's video on demand or Netflix. Wi-Fi is built right in."