Sony’s Android 4K television sets feature very thin breadth (up to 1/10th the length of an ordinary chapstick). And their selling price starts for around $2500 per unit.
Sony’s very thin Android 4K TVs were on display at the CES 2015. What was great about these television sets was their superior sleekness, the total absence of any bezels in their makeup and the truly ultra high definition display screens.
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It’s been nearly half a year since the show went public and now the Japanese corporation responsible for manufacturing the television sets has set the price tags for the various models in the series.
The 55 inch X900C sells for $2500. And the 65 inch model has a cost price of about $4000. Finally, the X910C which has a 75 inch screen, can be yours for $5500. July is the month when the three versions will be up for sale in retail stores.
Sony doesn’t wany any comparisons with the Vizio brand of TV sets. It is secure in the knowledge that its own products are way above the likes churned out by its rivals.
Sony’s X-Series has some very lean mean machines among its ranks. These include models with ink black exteriors which display many bright colors on their screens and have OLED-like counterpoint technology. As for the 0.2 inch screen, it is so thin that it rivals your razor-like mobile phone.
The steep prices however mean that Sony won’t be making a profit as easily as it would have had it kept the price tags down to a minimum. Since the latest leading-edge technology has been employed in the construction of the X-Series, the cost of the models is obviously going to be pretty astronomical. You do not get something for nothing after all. Sony might be playing its cards right but it is still a risk. Yet what is life without the element of risk.
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