CES 2011: Sony Unveils New Bravia HDTV Line

Posted: Jan 13 2011, 9:00am CST | by , in News | CES

CES 2011: Sony Unveils New Bravia HDTV Line
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Bravia HDTVs aplenty at CES

Last week went CES was in full swing Sony outted a gob of new gear for home theater fans to check out. Among the new gear that was unveiled was a newly updated line of Bravia HDTVs. The new line includes the Bravia BX320, BX420, EX520, EX620, and EX720 HDTVs.

The sets share some of the same features with things like 3D capable offerings and some of the sets are internet connected. In total there were 27 new HDTVs unveiled by Sony at the show. Of those sets 22 of them are web connected with access to online content via a wired connection or WiFi. The sets can access Sony Video on Demand, Music unlimited, Netflix, Pandora, HuluPlus, YouTube, and a lot more. Some of these connected sets will also have Skype capability.

The 3D models in the new line number 16 and have prices from the entry range up to the high end flagship series. Some of the sets have 5:5 pull down and integrated 3D emitters are featured on all models.

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