Sony Electronics is once again setting the new standard for how televisions look and perform. The company recently announced its 2010 BRAVIA LCD HDTV line featuring its first 3D HDTVs. The 2010 Bravia Lineup includes the Bravia LX900, HX900, NX800, and NX700 LCD HDTV which all sports a new innovative and stylish Monolithic Design Concept, and LED backlighting.
The line is made up of 38 models ranging in screen sizes from 60 to 22-inches. The LX900 series The LX900 series offers integrated 3D functionality with Sony’s 3D active shutter glasses and built-in 3D transmitter, while the HX900 and HX800-series are 3D capable using Sony 3D active shutter glasses and 3D transmitter (each sold separately). The 3D models incorporate a frame sequential display and active-shutter glasses that work together with Sony’s proprietary high frame rate technology reproducing full high-definition 3D images. The XBR-HX900 series 3D ready (with the addition of Sony active shutter glasses and transmitter, both sold separately) full HD (1920 x 1080p) models feature Intelligent Dynamic LED backlight and Sony’s new Monolithic Design.
They have built-in Ethernet connection and are wireless-ready allowing them to access a Samsung’s upgrade Internet TV platform. Select 9000 series models will come with a full touchscreen remote control with integrated WiFi.