Sony Bravia XBR-HX929 3D TV Debuts

Posted: Jan 13 2011, 9:54am CST | by , in News | Home Entertainment

Sony Bravia XBR-HX929 3D TV Debuts
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New HDTV packed with features

Sony has unveiled a new HDTV that is 3D capable and will land in April 2011. The set is called the XBR-HX929 and uses active shutter glasses, which are not included. The set used Sony Intelligent Peak LED backlighting and supports full 1080p HD resolution images.

The TV also has MotionFlow XR 960 for smooth fast motion to make the image look better and clearer. The screen of the set is covered in Gorilla Glass to help it resist scratches and breaks. The TV has integrated 802.11n WiFi for online access and streaming music and video from Sony services and more.

The TV is Skype ready and has the X-Reality Pro Engine inside. The 929 has a 55-inch screen and models that have the same features and different screens are offered. Those sets include the 65-inch XBR-65HX292 and the 46-inch XBR-46HX929.

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