Sony 4K TVs
Sony releases 65 & 55" 4K TVs in stores

27 May 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Sony’s 65 and 55 inch 4K TVs have become available in US stores, starting at less than 5000 USD. This marks Sony’s major push into 4K resolution.

Sony releases 4K TVs in stores

Late last year LG and Sony released its 84-inch 4K HD TVs and Sony has now releases its smaller 4K TVs.

The two 65 and 55 inch models come with 4 times more pixels than Full HD panels and Sony also highlights highlights other new picture quality improvements such as the Triluminous panel that can display the wider gamut used on the new Mastered in 4K Blu-rays and an X-Reality 4K chip that can upscale non-4K content.

Sony 2013 TV line-up
Sony’s two Ultra HD TVs are now available in stores


The TVs obviously offer access to online services such as Netflix, YouTube and more, as well as passive 3D technology and a powerful, integrated magnetic fluid 2-way sound system.

For US prices see below:
  • 55” Sony XBR-55X900A
  • 65” Sony XBR-65X900A

    No 4K players exist yet but later this year we will Sony will release its PlayStation 4 and its first 4K media player. Microsoft will also support 4K video with Xbox One and RED has its Redray player coming out.



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