It’s an easy task to decide which one is the best Bravia TV among upcoming Sony’s TVs. The one that carrying the best technologies, the best resolution, and the biggest in size is our winner, am I right? As the 56-inch 4K UHD OLED TV is only a prototype now, the certainty of this dandy gadget will enter market or not this year is still unclear, so we should erase it from nominator list, right? Hence, the upcoming XBR TV with 65-inch screen size, 65X900A, is the one that having a right to hold the title of ‘2013 Best Upcoming Bravia TV’.
The best technologies insde, this new X series Bravia TV is powered by 4K X-Reality Pro picture engine, TRILUMINOUS Display technology with Dynamic Edge LED backlighting and Motionflow XR 960 to take your real 4K contents or up scaling the lower resolution contents to life-like 4K resolution in both 2D and 3D. Other thing that we must mention on this Bravia TV is the company injects Magnetic Fluid Speaker technology into its S-Force Front Surround 3D simulates 5.1 sound. Thus, It makes the 6-unit front-facing speakers with 65 watts output enables to become one with the frame of the TV – more elegant appearance, and deliver life high quality sound to the entire room and its audiences. Short of, it’s a closest 3D theatre at your living room.
Interestingly, you could play PlayStation 3’s games with no split screen with your friend on this TV. Each players will have a virtual dedicated 1080p full screen viewing, surely it funs you more, right? Of course, it won’t happen with naked eyes, both players need to wear a Simulview glasses. As for now, the SimulView games are only having a couple titles, but, Sony promised it will be so many at near future.
Like other smart TVs at market, the 65X900A can interact with your smart devices either for displaying their contents or to be remote wirelessly or by wires. Yes, you could also surf the net and access your favorite social network or even making video call via Skype.
Fashioned in elgant black design with moon stand, Sony XBR-65X900A 4K UHD TV is going to hit market soon this year. The price tag is not yet announced officially, it seems this 4K TV will be priced at around $19,999 or more. Did you see this Bravia 4K2K TV at CES 2013?