New Sony Bravia X7000, V3000, V5000, W5000, X5050 And X5000

Posted: Aug 29 2007, 4:22am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:34am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
New Sony Bravia X7000, V3000, V5000, W5000, X5050 and X5000
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Sony announces 15 new BRAVIA LCD HDTV sets in Japan including the 70 inch KDL-70X7000.

The new Sony BRAVIA LCD TVs are all full HD and feature a new 2.4Ghz radio frequency based remote control technology.

The sizes available in the new Bravia lines include sets with 40 inch to 70 inch. The top of the line 70 inch KDL-70X7000 features a brightness of 550cd/m2 and a contrast ratio of 1,500:1.The new Bravia TVs are packed with interfaces including 3 HDMI ports, VGA port, USB port and LAN interface.
Starting in September the first of the new Bravia HDTVs will ship in Japan. When and which new Sony TVs will be available outside of Japan is not known at this time.
Via this Sony press-release (Japanese). The Top Selling Sony Bravia TVs.

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