Sony Bravia Internet Video Link Video
With a full suite of interactive features as well as solid picture quality, the Sony KDL-W5100 series might be worth the higher price to streaming video fans.
Sony's midrange edge-lit LED-based LCD is nothing special from an image quality standpoint, but its Internet video and eco-friendliness will attract a lot of buyers.
At CES 2012, Sharon Vaknin gives us a First Look at what makes Sony's 3D Bravia HX850 TV so unique.
The Sony KDL-EX500 LCD TV incorporates respectable image quality with essential features at a wallet-friendly price.
The 240Hz Sony KDL-52XBR7 breaks new refresh rate ground, but for most buyers the extra Hz won't be worth the high price.
Despite a picture that won't wow sticklers, Sony's edge-lit LED-based NX800 sets a high bar for beautiful design and well-executed features.
Although its black levels challenge the best ever, some other picture-related aspects of the Sony XBR-HX909 series don't live up to the high price.
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.
As the first large-screen edge-lit LED-based LCD, Sony's KLV-40ZX1M looks stunning turned off, but it falls short when powered up.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the SlingMedia SlingCatcher. The new device comes with an optional hard drive and is designed to stream Internet video to your home television or stream television to other rooms of your house.