Sony's BRAVIA TVs offer superior HDTV picture quality
Posted on 11 months ago
LAHORE: Sony, the leading consumer electronics brand, today announced the launch of its new BRAVIA® television line-up comprising two distinct series - the flagship HX series and the mid-level EX series. Each new model delivers best picture quality and offers a range of features to give consumers flexibility in choosing the right entertainment solution.
The latest range of BRAVIA TVs features an improved picture enhancement technology, X-Reality PRO, so that it enhances lower quality signals, taking them closer to HD quality, as well as making 2D and 3D images clearer. There are now more channels, apps and connectivity options in the online TVs. And all of this is packed to look more stylish with newly designed stands and screens.
The Line up Sony's HX855 series carries forward Sony's distinctive Monolithic design incorporating Gorilla® Glass by Corning®, making the screen material thinner, lighter and stronger. Complete with X-Reality PRO and Motionflow XR 800, the HX855 is an Internet-connected television with built-in 3D, delivering a premium viewing experience. Furthermore, the stylish design makes the TV a valued addition to home decor.
Consumers wishing to step into internet-connectivity and Edge LED backlighting will not lose out on picture quality with Sony's out-of-the-box Wi-Fi-ready EX650 series. The EX series uses Motionflow XR 200 processing, delivering superior Full HD 1080p resolution, and integrates the Clear Resolution Enhancer to provide vivid, clear and life-like pictures.
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