Sony is gunning for thinner and thinner TVs, with the unveiling of Sony Bravia XBR X900C 4K Ultra HD, it looks like this is one of the thinnest yet. Available in 3 sizes – 55, 65 and 75-inches, it was recently shown off at CES 2015 with the model scheduled to hit the market in first quarter of the year.
Measuring in at around 4.9mm which is incredibly thin (check out the comparison photo for an idea just how skinny it is), but that’s not the end of it. It is capable of 3840×2160 display with new 4K Processor X1 which Sony claims it improves colour, clarity and contrast plus enhances 4K content streams. The TRILUMINOS display has been tweaked to reproduce the best shades of primary colours of red, green and aqua blue. To ensure further picture quality, the series is also equipped with X-tended Dynamic Range contrast enhancement which gives peak brightness of LED with true black quality that used to be associated with Plasma.
The software is Android based which allows access to software enhancements with voice activated search feature via remote. Users can even go in PlayStation Now to stream full PS3 games over the cloud minus the console. All you need is the controller.
However, there is no news if Sony will market this model in rest of the world besides USA and Japan and there’s currently no word on pricing either.
Source: Sony USA
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