Sony Unveils New Bravias for Japan

Posted Thu Mar 24, 2011 at 06:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward

They're 3D capable, internet connected, and they boast X-Reality picture processing.

Sony just announced new Bravias for the Japanese market, all of which will be released in April. They're feature packed and - aside from the lower priced sets - feature Sony's Monolithic Design.

The new LCDs offer 3D capabilities and Sony's S-Force 3D surround sound to boot. They also include X-Reality picture processing to clean up noise throughout your videos. The sets are equipped with Skype, Qriocity, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube capabilities as well.

At the high end of the new televisions is the 55 inch HX920, which comes in at around $5,300. The cheapest of the bunch is the 40 inch HX720 that sells for $2,600.

Source: CrunchGear

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Tags: Japanese Releases, Bravia, Sony (all tags)