New Sony BRAVIA E4000 HDTVs Display Van Gogh Painting

Posted: Apr 9 2008, 4:10am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:17am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
New Sony BRAVIA E4000 HDTVs display van Gogh Painting
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Sony announces the BRAVIA E4000 HDTV series.

The Sony BRAVIA E4000 series features Picture Frame Mode, displaying your favourite image on screen to suit your mood or the ambience of the room.

Inspired by the new Draw the LINE design concept by Sony, its clean, understated lines enhance your environment without distracting from enjoyment of the total viewing experience.
By default you can select from a gallery of six artistic masterpieces stored in the television’s memory, ranging from beautiful landscapes to Pop Art and van Gogh.When in Picture Frame Mode, power consumption is 35% lower than watching regular TV.

Sony offers a 32-inch, 40-inch Full HD and a 26-inch BRAVIA E4000 LCD TV
There’s a choice of four colour frame options to blend effortlessly with contemporary or traditional interiors: Midnight Sky, Aluminium, Pearly White and Dark Walnut.
Via this Sony Europe press-release.

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