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Sony HX800 3DTV received

14 Jul 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

FlatpanelsHD has received Sony’s new HX800 model. HX800 is Sony’s first 3DTV (3D Ready) with 200/240 Hz, Deep Black panel and Bravia Internet Tv. The review will be online soon.

Sony HX800 received

Sony HX800 is the first 3DTV from Sony. It features 200/240 Hz, Deep Black Panel, Bravia Internet Tv, DLNA and an Edge LED backlight. The 3D functionality requires a 3D upgrade pack with a 3D transmitter and 3D glasses.
More about Sony HX800 here.

Sony HX800 (3DTV)
Sony HX800 (3DTV)

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Do you have specific suggestions for our review or specific areas you want us to examine in our review of the TV please use the commentary feature at the bottom. Also, let us know if you want specific 3D subjects examined.

Below a sneak-peak of the Sony HX800 and the 3D glasses.

Sony HX800 3DTV
Sony HX800 3DTV

HX800 will be available in 40, 46 and 52 inches called 40HX800, 46HX800, 55HX800. We have the 40-inch version.
We will be using the Sony BDP-S570 3D Blu-ray player.

More about Sony HX800 here.

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