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 Sony's 2012 BRAVIA TVs Hit Stores
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Message Text: On the heels of its product introductions in January at CES 2012, Sony today announced the U.S. arrival of new 2012 BRAVIA HDTV televisions at retail.

Sony's 55-inch class (54.6" diag.) HX750 joins its 46-inch (diag.) model already in market, and boasts full Internet-connectivity and built-in 3D to go with a full HD 1080p picture. Sony's X-Reality digital video processor is responsible for the HX750's picture. The processor separates incoming video into constituent parts of outline, texture and color/contrast, and then applies image enhancements. Additionally, Sony's Motionflow XR 480 technology reduces blur caused by quick camera movements.

Viewers stepping into Internet-connectivity and Edge LED backlighting also receive high picture quality with Sony's out-of-the-box Wi-Fi-ready EX640 series, available in sizes from 40-inch (diag.) to 55-inch class (54.6" diag.). The EX series incorporates Motionflow XR 240 processing and Sony?s Clear Resolution Enhancer technology, delivering Full HD 1080p resolution.

Entry into the Sony line begins with the BX series. The BX450, available in both 40- and 46-inch (diag.) screens, delivers a Full HD 1080p picture. The series features Clear Resolution Enhancer and Digital Noise Reduction.
 
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