At CES, Sony boasts 4K TVs and content Video
At CES, Sony boasts 4K TVs and content Video Transcript
I'm tremendously excited to be able to show you two new additions where we bringing to the 4K Bravia line this break; a 55-inch and a 65-inch model that will deliver a stunning 4K viewing experience at a more accessible price range. The stunning picture, it's just simply breath-taking. Well, these TV has combined gorgeous design with Sony's industry-leading picture technologies and for the first time incorporate our magnetic fluid speakers to reproduce detail and highly accurate yet powerful sound. By expanding our 4K TV lineup with the addition of these two models, we are bringing the 4K viewing experience to an even wider audience. And these TVs are not build just for native 4K content. All of your content benefits from our 4K x-reality pro up scaling technology. 2K contents such as blu-ray disc and broadcast TV transformed into simply, amazing visual and audio experiences. The sets of [unk] deliver exceptional HD, 3D and internet content as well. I'm very proud to announce the launch of the world's first 4K video distribution service here in the US this summer where we will offer native 4K movie content to the home. The world's first service will allow owners of our 4K TVs to download and enjoy native 4K movies created by Sony pictures and other 4K content companies. Here's a quick look at Sony's 4K world. We know what content should look like and we're at the forefront of creating content as well. In building on our renowned professional equipment expertise together with the wealth of knowledge we have in both 4K content creation and home entertainment we're leading the adoption of 4K content in Cinema, home entertainment and also in broadcast. And on the theatrical front, After-Earth and epic sci-fi starring Will Smith and directed by film devotee M. Night Shyamalan. Now Shyamalan who was once known for saying that he would never shooting digital, captured his vision on Sony's acclaimed F65 professional camera which was designed from the ground up to support resolutions of 4K and higher. And there's more on the roster to follow including the upcoming film Elysium starring Matt Damon and Jodie Foster and Oblivion starring Tom Cruise.
CNET's Luke Westaway, reporting from CES 2013 in Las Vegas, gives us a look at the Sony Bravia X900A TV, which has passive 3D, NFC capabilities, and a lot of other bells and whistles.
The higher price of Sony's KDL-32M4000 will turn off many 32-inch LCD comparison shoppers, even though it's blessed with attractive looks and a solid picture.
The 52-inch Sony KDL-52XBR6 LCD is a bit too expensive for the level of picture quality it delivers, but its styling and best-in-class black levels help its case.
At CES 2013 in Las Vegas, CNET's Jason Jenkins takes a look at the Sony 4K Ultra HD Video Player, essentially a small hard disk that stores your 4K content and is controlled by a tablet.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the Sony Bravia Internet Video Link, a device that streams Web video to your high-definition television.
The Sony Bravia DAV-HDX500 delivers the best combination of features and value in Sony's Bravia home theater system line.
The Sony Reader boasts a large 6-inch display that features electronic paper technology called E Ink, which mimics an actual page of a book.
The Sony KDL-EX500 LCD TV incorporates respectable image quality with essential features at a wallet-friendly price.
The affordable Sony Bravia DAV-HDX267W home theater system is loaded with features, but a dearth of inputs and the somewhat-convoluted, wireless rear-speaker setup dampen our enthusiasm.
Although not quite the best HDTV we've tested so far, the wallet-busting, LED-powered Sony KDL-55XBR8 comes mighty close.