Sony held its CES 2016 press conference yesterday, taking the opportunity to announce a slew of new products. Sony President Michael Fasulo introduced new 4K BRAVIA Ultra HDTVs, fresh multi-room speakers and a sweet hi-res turntable. Details were also released on a new streaming service from Sony Pictures that will bring “new and classic titles” from its library of films directly to the just-announced televisions. More below.
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Sony has taken the wraps off nine new Bravia 4K UHD Televisions and there’s a decent chance that one of them will fit your budget. These TV sets are part of three new series that range from 49-inches all the way up to a glorious 85-inches, with MSRPs spanning a relatively affordable $2,099 to a wallet-busting $24,999.
The new line-up of 4K Ultra HD TVs give consumers more 4K Ultra HD TV options than ever before. Using a combination of unique Sony technologies, these models offer a superior picture quality than standard 4K resolution. Sony’s 4K X Reality™ PRO picture engine can upscale a variety of content regardless of source to beautiful 4K resolution; while TRILUMINOS™ Display’s wide color spectrum works in unison to reproduce lifelike color, a heightened
Each of these newcomers to Sony’s 4K Ultra HD TV lineup are now available for preorder and are scheduled to ship in June.
Sony also announced plans for a new 4K Media Player with 1TB of storage (FMP-X10), which can “download, stream and store the latest 4K content in one future-ready box.” No pricing information was offered with this press release and the only information Sony shared regarding availability is that it’s coming “this summer.”
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