Sony introduces its new line of ultra-thin HDTV, the Bravia XBR10 HDTV Series which will be the predecessor to the Bravia XBR9. It is available in 46-inch (KDL-46XBR10) and 52-inch (KDL-52XBR10) screen sizes with an advanced edge-lit LED backlight and exceptional contrast ratio of over 1,000,000:1. The XBR10-series models can also deliver full 1080p wireless transmission of high definition signals from a separate device to the XBR10 built-in receiver.
It also packs features which includes Sony’s Motionflow 240Hz processing which delivers crisp and detailed images with natural motion, a 1,920×1,080 (1080p) native resolution, Bravia Internet Widgets which is powered by Yahoo Widget and will add on-screen applications from the internet that offers the latest news, weather, stock information and even twitter. There is also Sony BRAVIA Internet Video which connects to the internet using your broadband internet connection via its Ethernet port to bring you TV shows, sports, music, Amazon Movies on demand, Netflix and Youtube.
Other specs which are notable includes the four HDMI port, BRAVIA Engine 3, BRAVIA Sync, DLNA-compliance, USB input and the RS232C input. The 46-inch KDL-46XBR10 will be retailed for a suggested price of $4,500 while the 52-inch KDL-52XBR10 will be going for $5,000