From black-and-white, to color, to digital, Sony Electronics is once again setting the new standard for how televisions look and perform. The company introduced its 2010 BRAVIA® LCD HDTV line featuring its first 3D HDTVs.
Sony Bravia XBR-LX900 full HD 1080p models offers Edge LED backlighting, Sony’s new Monolithic Design and Motionflow PRO 240Hz motion compensation technology for smoother images in fast moving content like sports and action movies and also reduces the mixing of images of 3D content assigned to the left and right eyes. The Bravia Engine 3 full digital video processor utilizes a collection of enhanced algorithms to reduce noise, enhance overall image detail and optimize contrast.
Like other makers, Sony’s glasses use an active LC shutter system. The right and left lenses in the glasses alternately darken and lighten, too quickly to perceive, while the TV synchronously displays the corresponding right- and left-eye-specific images. The result: when you’re watching 3D content, is a stereoscopic 3D effect.
The LX900 also distinguishes itself with a built-in Wi-Fi connection, allowing wireless access to your home network and the Internet. The TV comes with a automatic sensor to switch it off when you leave the room and a Distance Alert functionality to ensure that children stay at an eye-friendly distance.
Sony XBR-LX900 features:
3D glasses included
Edge-lit LED backlight
240Hz refresh rate
Intelligent presence sensor
Built-in Wi-Fi connection
Bravia Video interactive suite with Netflix, Amazon Video on Demand, YouTube, NPR, Yahoo Widgets, and more
Pricing is currently unknown, but the Sony LX900 series models will be available this summer!