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Sony XBR-65X900C BRAVIA 4K Ultra HD TV

Sony XBR-65X900C BRAVIA 4K Ultra HD TV

At CES 2015, Sony announced their thinnest BRAVIA 4K Ultra HD televisions, the XBR X900C Series, built with advanced 4K X-Reality PRO upscaling Algorithm technology that upscales to 4K resolution, providing the best image quality, regardless of the image source. The new edge backlit LED TVs are available in 55-inch (XBR-55X900C), 65-inch (XBR-65X900C) and 75-inch (XBR-75X910C) screen sizes. These TVs are just 4.9mm thin (at its thinnest part), and their floating style is virtually frameless and can mount flush to your wall.

With 3840 x 2160 4K resolution, these products also include TRILUMINOS display to accurately reproduce shades of red, green and aqua blue. Colors come alive on the screen in the widest color range ever, and dynamic color correction ensures colors are as consistent and accurate as possible every single time. Further enhancing the picture quality, these televisions will also be equipped with the critically acclaimed X-tended Dynamic Range contrast enhancement to provide peak brightness of LED as well as deeper blacks previously only associated with Plasma TVs.

For the first time, these televisions will support Google’s Android TV operating system, making it easy to stream video, function as a gaming device and provide enhanced features like voice-enabled searching through a remote equipped with a microphone. With access to Google Play, consumers can enjoy what they like to do on a smartphone or tablet, from their television. Additionally, Google Cast will provide users with greater connectivity than ever before by enabling them to cast content from devices in a similar way as is done with Google ChromeCast.

Game enthusiasts can bring the immersive world of PlayStation directly to their new Sony 4K Ultra HD television with PlayStation Now. Select PlayStation 3 games can be streamed directly to the TV, just like shows and movies, by connecting a DUALSHOCK 4 controller.

Price and Availability
55-inch (XBR-55X900C) – TBD (available Spring 2015)
65-inch (XBR-65X900C) – TBD (available Spring 2015)
75-inch (XBR-75X910C) – TBD (available Spring 2015)

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