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Thursday, March 04, 2010
Sony BRAVIA Series Now Certified for DivX Playback


DivX today announced the first line of DivX Certified HDTVs from Sony.

Available now in Europe and other regions, the BRAVIA EX, BX3/BX4, HX, and NX5 series TVs will be capable of playing back digital video and Hollywood movies in the high-quality DivX format.

DivX technology allows digital videos to be compressed to a fraction of their original size while maintaining excellent visual quality. For example, eight full-length standard definition movies in the DivX format can fit on an 8GB USB drive. With the DivX format, full-length movies can be quickly downloaded from the Internet and played on DivX Certified Sony TVs, as well as other consumer electronics devices.


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