Sony’s latest TV’s not only look like giant picture frames, they can act like them too with 6 images pre-installed to display and the ability to throw up more. Now you can surround your TV with photos and artwork and not have people look at you like your crazy, of course the downside is that this isn’t exactly the greenest idea Sony has ever had.
If the F series didn’t get your approval, there are two more Bravia series on its way. Unlike F series, the new J series is an entry level 1366x768 resolution HDTV while the V series is a full scale 1080P mid-end model.
Sony Japan announces a trio of new Bravia F series LCD-HDTV with thinnest area measures just slightly over 1-inch. The new F-series has three sizes, 32-inch WXGA with resolution of 1366x768, and full scale of natively 1080p on both 40-inch and 46-inch.
Where you might want to stick a 2 speaker surround sound system. It seems surround sound virtualization and DVD upscaling are the two popular buzz words for the home theater industry as several products keep popping up involving one or the other or both.
You might remember me dribbling fresh "want!" out of every orifice in mid-November at the glorious sight of Sony Ericsson's AU W44S 3G handset. A dual-flipping clamshell with 1Seg TV tuner, digital radio and achingly sharp Bravia screen, it was enough to make me at least look into apartment prices in Tokyo. Well, now there's an advert for it online, and it hasn't done anything to dissuade my desire.
Pack up the bags, kids, we're finding a flight! That digital camera, by the way, is a 3.2-megapixel model capable of video recording, and there's 115MB of internal memory before you even need consider what confusing variant of memory stick to add. Photos of the W44S after the cut.
Now either this new DoCoMo Sony cellphone is a whole lot bigger than the typical Japanese handsets we're used to envying, or despite its Bravia branding it's a whole lot smaller than the company's range of glorious TVs. I'm thinking the latter, although the huge QVGA screen does use the same Reality MAX technology that's stuffed into Sony HD offerings.
Sony is indeed taking the lead in the Android TV push. In fact, all its 4K Smart TVs unveiled here at CES 2015, and some of its HD line, runs Android TV to deliver apps and games in addition to live TV broadcast and video streaming. But Google's TV platform isn't the only highlight of this latest batch of 4K Smart TVs. Also making its debut is Sony's new 4K Processor X1 that promises to deliver the best image quality, no matter the original resolution of the content.
The XBR-75X940C 75-inch 4K smart TV from Sony has been revealed. This unit works with a new Sony 4K processor (the X1), works with High-Resolution Audio, and rolls with what Sony calls One-Flick Entertainment. This unit has an extremely slim-line bezel around its top, bottom, and sides, and sits on a chrome stand through its center. This is one of several Sony TV sets coming this week to CES 2015 - and it's not the only set they're releasing with Android TV inside.