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Thursday, April 10, 2008
Sony Europe Presents New BRAVIA E4000 Series of Wall TVs


A radical departure from traditional sets, the newest BRAVIA series proves your TV doesn?t have to be a boring black rectangle taking up space when you?re not watching your favourite shows.

The stylish E4000 series includes a 32-inch and 40-inch full HD models, both supplied with a stand, or can be wall mounted . They?re complemented by a smaller 26-inch model ? also wall mountable.
BR> There?s a choice of four colour frame options: Midnight Sky, Aluminium, Pearly White and Dark Walnut.
BR> The E4000 series features Picture Frame Mode, displaying your favourite image on screen to suit your mood or the ambience of the room.
BR> When in Picture Frame Mode, power consumption is 35% lower than watching regular TV, according to Sony. For even greater energy efficiency, a timer switches from Picture Frame Mode to power-saving Standby Mode after a preset time ? great for people who forget to switch off. In Standby Mode the E4000 consumes just 0.19W of power.
BR> The range-topping 40-inch model features x.v.Colour. The same model also supports PhotoTV HD mode, ensuring ifelike reproduction of still photos from a connected compatible Cyber-shot or a compatible α digital SLR camera.


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