Sony LX900, HX800, HX900 3D televisions come aesthetically designed

February 24, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The new 3D TV line up from Sony has all in them to turn heads. The three ranges that the company has unveiled come capable of displaying three dimensional moving images and have been tipped to make television viewing a new experience altogether. The new line up, which includes the LX900, the HX800 and HX900 are expected to hit retail marts by around July this year.

All three models in the new range come with ultimately aesthetic designs.  While the LX900 has 3D on-board, Sony will be offering the other two with 3D as an add-on option. Part of the new line up is the Sony Bravia KDL46HX900, which would feature a 1920×1080 resolution screen and Intelligent Dynamic LED backlight. This feature has been thrown in to offer a higher contrast level than the edge-lit HX800. This model in fact could sweep you off your feet.

We have been told that the LED backlight incorporated by the maker would let the screen turn certain sections off for higher contrast. Among the three series of 3D TVs, the HX900 comes across as a device that would stand high on quality and best viewing. The HX900 comes with Ethernet connectivity too. While it has been offered in two sizes, such as the 46-inch Sony Bravia KDL46HX900, and the 52-inch KDL52HX900, the company has made sure that both these models carry with them the Monolithic aesthetic design.

You can even tilt and turn the HX900 vertically up to six degrees. Doesn’t that sound really good? We are just eager to know what price tags Sony would attach to each of its range.

(Via CNet)

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