Sony Electronics now offers its new BRAVIA 4K Ultra HD TV line-up for pre-sale at starting price of $2,099. Sony's three new 4K TV series and total of nine models will hit market in June 2014. Sony also offers 4K Media Player and 4K Content options with its 4K TVs that gives users a complete 4K Ultra HD home entertainment experience.
The giant Japanese corporation that churns out such exquisite electronic gizmos and gadgets is considering the rollout of its 4K Ultra HD TV line-up. The cost price and available stocks of Sony’s BRAVIA 4K Ultra HD TV along with a novel 4K media player and 4K content alternatives have been issued.
The series of 4K products all work in tandem with each other and are synchronized in a set order. Video Unlimited and Netflix are available services on the commodity. Sony takes great pride in being the only conglomerate that has 4K products such as television sets, projectors, cameras and camcorders to boot.
Sony BRAVIA 4K Ultra HD TVs will enter the market environment in June. However, these three new 4K Ultra HD TV series are now available for pre-sale now. A total of nine models will carry their respective charges. These rates will vary from $3000 to $25,000.
Via the deployment of a unique and advanced technology, these three versions have great pictorial resolution. The color, depth and shades of black and white all merge to create the perfect pictures that reach you and entertain your sense of vision.
The sound effects meanwhile are lucid and come to you by virtue of the subwoofers imbedded in the device. PlayStation is available for the gaming crowd on this platform. The screen dimensions vary according to model and they contain HDMI 2.0 standard.
The XBR-X950B series contain two 4K TV models of 65" and 85" that will be available for sale at suggested price of $7,999 and $24,999 respectively. The XBR-X900B series have 55" class, 65" class and 79" class models that will retail for a suggested price of $3,999, $4,999 and $8,999 respectively.
Third and the last series of Sony BRAVIA XBR-X850B will be available in 49", 55" and 65" and 70" class screen sizes at prices of $2,099, $2,999, $3,999 and $5,499 respectively. Sony also stated that it will also launch an entry-level 4K Ultra HD TV XBR-X850B series this year.
Coming to the Sony's 4K Ultra HD Media Player (FMP-X10), a humongous collection of movies and television episodes feature on this contraption. This Media Player is compatible with any Sony 4K Ultra HD TV and offers users 1 TB of built-in storage and also supports TRILUMINOS Color. It allows users to download, stream and store the latest 4K content.
Meanwhile, users can also download their favorite titles from Video Unlimited 4K that happens to be the largest resource of quality content. More than 200 titles exist in the database. And users can also stream 4K content from Netflix and playback everything on their Sony 4K Ultra HD TV. The 4K Media Player with Video Unlimited 4K will be available for purchase this summer.
Such unforgettable numbers as American Hustle and Amazing Spiderman 2 not to mention Annie make the long and exciting 4K content list of entertainment choices. In fact, there will be the issue of over-choice for viewers as they will be spoilt for choice among so many different alternatives.
"We continue to be the only company that offers a complete line-up of consumer 4K products, including TVs, front projectors, cameras and camcorders, while also leading the industry in providing 4K content. Sony's new 4K Ultra HD TVs, 4K media player and new 4K content offerings continue to strengthen our growing ecosystem," said Mike Fasulo, president at Sony Electronics. "We strongly believe 4K is the future for entertainment and we remain committed to leading the 4K movement, from lens to living room, in a way that only a company like Sony can."