Sony unveils the all-new Bravia TVs at CES 2016

6 January 2016, 01:06:33

Sony unveils the all-new Bravia TVs at CES 2016Another major TV manufacturer at the CES 2016 in Las Vegas is Sony. The company introduced a lot of new products during its press conference and a good portion of it was dedicated to smart TVs. Sony introduced its new Bravia XBR-X930D/XBR-X940D and the XBR-X850D series that impress with ultra-slim design and Triluminos display. All models from the series are HDR compatible and have several noteworthy features. The first is the Slim Backlight Drive backlight system (except for the XBR-X850D), which is coupled with the X-tended Dynamic Range PRO tech and the all-new 4K Processor X1. This combination of technologies and high-end hardware works constantly to adjust color, peak brightness and black levels, which allows you to enjoy realistic and immersive visual content. All models run Google Android TV and support Google Play, Google Cast, voice search and commands, Amazon Video and Netflix for HDR content. The new Bravia TVs by Sony are expected to hit the market in early 2016.Source

Related news

Some of the most current and important news, related to Sony, XBR-X930D, XBR-X940D or XBR-X850D

Sony unveiled a 100-inch 4K HDR TV - the KD-100ZD9

Sony's press conference at CES 2017 in Las Vegas is due in two days, but the company has already unveiled its current top and most expensive TV model. It is part of the ZD9 series (a.k.a. Z9D in the USA) and has a 100-inch diagonal size. Just like all other models from the series, the KD-100ZD9 incorporates the Backlight Master Drive technology, created to provide more accurate LED control by individual pixel...

3 January 2017

Sony launches its flagship series of smart TVs - the ZD9

Sony has launched its flagship series of smart TVs - the ZD9, a.k.a. Z9D in the USA. It includes three models with a 65-, 75-, and 100-inch size, all featuring 4K UHD resolution and advanced features such as the Backlight Master Drive, which intelligently enhances contrast for HDR content. This technology has been introduced as a prototype back in January during the CES 2016 in Las Vegas. It dims or boosts each LED...

24 July 2016

Sony released the thinnest 4K Android TV in the world

In Japan Sony has released the X9000C series of its Bravia lineup, which happens to be the world's thinnest 4K Android TV with a depth of only 4.9 mm! The model is available in two sizes - 55 and 65 inches, with its price starting at JPY 349 880 (USD 2906) excluding tax. The Sony X9000C runs Android TV OS with Google Cast, Google Play, DSEE correspondence and packs a Triluminos panel with a 4K UHD resolution (3840 x...

24 October 2015

Sony launched the first FHD and 4K Android TVs in the Japanese market

Sony launched two models from its Bravia W870C series, which appear to be the first FHD Android TVs in the Japanese market. Both models have 1080p Triluminos displays with the X-Reality PRO engine, but one is with a 43-inch diagonal size, while the other one is with a 50-inch diagonal size. The rest of the specifications are pretty similar. The two run Android 5.0 Lollipop and support Wi-Fi Direct...

4 July 2015

Specifications

Complete specifications of various desktop monitors and smart TVs, grouped according to their brand and year of announcement

AcerAOCAsusBang & OlufsenBenQDellEIZOFujitsuGrundigHisenseHPIiyamaInsigniaJVCLeEcoLenovoLGLoeweMSINECNixeusPanasonicPhilipsRCASamsungSharpSkyworthSonyTCLTelefunkenThomsonToshibaVestelViewSonicVizioWasabi MangoXiaomi