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Monday, April 15, 2013
Sony's 2013 BRAVIA TVs Available for pre-Order Now


Following the announcement of the new TV line-up in January at CES 2013, Sony today announced the availability of its new core 2013 BRAVIA HDTV line-up.

Debuting a new W-series of LED TVs includes the KDL-W905A, KDL-W805A, KDL-W650A and KDL-W600A. In addition to being Wi-Fi enabled, all W-series models utilize Sony's X-Reality PRO picture processor along with Motionflow XR for the best experience when viewing fast action scenes and gaming.

New in 2013, the W905A TV incorporates TRILUMINOS Display LED backlighting to present authentic colour with subtle tones. By integrating Quantum Dot technology with Sony's own display technologies, the W905A delivers a wider colour gamut and promises to provide a heightened sense of depth.

Lastly, the W905A model integrates a long duct speaker cabinet design. The long 1.2m speaker duct is folded into a compact unit that's hidden behind the TV screen.

All W-Series TV models include screen mirroring via Wi-Fi, with the W905A and W805A models shipping with an NFC remote for an One-touch experience. Additionally, all three series are MHL-ready for wired mirroring capabilities.

The TVs have also access to Sony Entertainment Network, which includes music tracks and apps like YouTube, Twitter, Skype and Facebook.


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