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Sony 2011 TVs
Sony’s 2011 models to be unveiled Wednesday

18 Jan 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Sony unveiled their 2011 models at CES and on January 19, 2011 Sony plans to unveil the European line-up. Pricing on the new TVs is also expected to be announced at this event.

Sony HX929, HX820, NX720, EX720

Sony introduced their new HX929, HX820, HX720, NX720 ranges and many more at CES 2011 in Las Vegas. On Wednesday January 19, Sony has planned an event to exhibit all their new 2011 products. FlatpanelsHD will be there to give you some hands-on experiences.

Sony HX929
Sony HX929


In 2011 you can expect features such as 960/800 Hz, 3D, LED local dimming and TVs up to 65 inches.

Ask questions to Sony

If you have questions about Sony’s new 2011 TVs, please use the comment form at the bottom. FlatpanelsHD will try to have them answered by Sony. We also hope to receive review samples soon.

Learn more about Sony’s 2011 TVs here:
Sony Bravia 2011 TVs with LED, 3D & Monolithic design



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