Sony XBR-84X900 84-inch 4K TV will sell for $25,000 in November
Sony Electronics unveiled its first TV capable of displaying 4K images last week at the IFA 2012. The new 84-inch set, model XBR-84X900, is equipped with a 4K (3840 x 2160px) LCD panel that delivers an image four times the resolution of Full HD and creates an immersive viewing experience previously unavailable from a TV. Now Sony has revealed what this stunning TV will cost you. You have to fork over $24,999 to own this 4K TV. You can pre-order the Sony XBR-84X900 starting today. It will be in stores in November.
The Sony XBR-84X900 is seriously expensive, but I guess there are some wealthy Sony fans out there that need to have the Sony XBR-84X900.
Incorporating proprietary upscaling technology including the 4K X-Reality PRO picture engine, the new TV is designed to ensure that every frame looks clear and crisp, with a 4K resolution regardless of the content source. The 4K TV incorporates a 10 Unit Live Speaker system which is optimized for this large-sized screen.
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