Sony renews its range of TV for 2013: stands the model W900 LED Triluminos and the series with polarized 3D. Here all the details of the main series.
The entire stand the CES in Las Vegas was dedicated to 4K in all its variations, but Sony has carved out a small space to show TVs that will hit stores later this year. We were able to gather some information on some set of LED TV that will arrive in 2013, even if the show were not exposed all the TV. Here’s what we know.
The series top of the range will be the X9000A and it will be the one with 4K Triluminos Edge LED panel, two cuts of the screen, 55 “and 65”, X-Reality Pro processor and 3D polarized. Sony has equipped this TV with a built-in 60-watt audio system and remote control of NFC for mirroring one touch.
Next to the X9000 will also include the W900, same design and always Triluminos Edge LED panel but this time Full HD 3D (active). In this case, there are the cuts by 55 “, 46” and 40 “. The other features, the Smart TV NFC remain unchanged.
The series marks the debut of Sony W802A in the field of 3D TV with polarized filter, and passive 3D. The panels will be 55 “, 47” and 42 “(LG?) With edge LED backlight, while the TV will have the same functionality at the level of interactivity of the other series of high-end, including NFC.
Like last year 2012, Sony will then have a series of medium-low range (W650) available in size of 42 “and 32”, but with no 3D on board all the features smart excluding the NFC system for mirroring.