Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Sony Announces New EX300, EX500 & EX700 Bravia TV Lines New Bravia TVs Coming from Sony Stores Soon

Sharp may have very well launched a couple of really hot LCD HDTVs today
but Sony is ready to call that and raise it with a few new Bravia TV
lines. The new Bravia series, the EX300, EX500 and the EX700 have been
announced and there are pl
enty of TV models for everyone to enjoy.
The EX300 will offer you three models: the KDL-22EX300, KDL-26EX300 and
KDL 32EX300. They are 22-, 26- and 32-inch TVs, respectively and they
are going to be offering you 1,366 x 768 resolution and be available in
black, white, brown and even pink. The TVs will cost from $770 to $990
and will hit the market on February 25.
The EX500 has only one model for you, the 40-inch KDL-40XE500, available
in black and capable of 1,920 x 1,080 resolution. Priced at $1,400, the
LCD will also come on February 25.
The EX700 is the more expensive line as these babies are going to offer
you superior specs like 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, LED-backlit display,
120Hz, YouTube support, DLNA/DTCP-IP connectivity, 4 HDMI ports, 2
composite ports, PC input, USB port and Ethernet connectivity. The
models are energy efficient as they employ a white LED backlighting
system and they are supposed to be really thin too at 22mm and even
thinner than that. Featuring some of Sony s hottest big screen TV
technology the EX700 series will offer you better dark tones, optimal
noise reduction, better �color and glossiness, � sharp images and an
ambient light sensor ready to deal with brightness-related issues all
day long.
There are four models available in the EX700 series, from 32- to
50-inch: KDL-32EX700, KDL-40EX700, KDL-46EX700 and KDL-52EX700 which
will be priced between $1,300 and $3,300, depending on what models you
will decided to pick. Like the EX300 and the EX500 series, the EX700
series will be available in stores starting with February 25.
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