New Sony HDTV Range Boasts 27 Models

Sony today announced at the Consumer Electronics Show a 2011 range of HDTVs that includes 16 new 3D-capable models and 22 Inter-connected displays.

In all, Sony will market 27 new LED/LCD Bravia TVs this year, although not all will be offered in NZ.

Distinguishing all of the TVs will be Sony’s new X-Reality Engine and X-Reality picture engines, which the company says separate incoming video signals by outline, texture, and colour/contrast and adding “appropriate image enhancements” to optimise picture quality.

Top of the range will be the 3D-capable KDL-HX820 series (above) with Dynamic Edge LED backlighting.

The 55- and 46-inch models will boast built-in 3D sync transmitter, integrated Wi-Fi (802.11n), Skype-readiness and superior processing with Sony’s X-Reality PRO Engine, a two-chip digital processor that uses a “vast database” of “ideal” signal patterns and compares incoming video signals pixel-by-pixel to display vivid and detailed images.

See Sony’s full 2011 HDTV range here.

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