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Sony X950B 4K
Sony reveals prices for new 4K TV line-up

16 Apr 2014 | Rasmus Larsen |

Sony has announced prices for its new 2014 4K TVs. Three new 4K TV ranges will hit the market in June, and the cheapest X850 range will start at $2100.

Sony announces 4K TV prices

Sony will launch new 4K TVs in a few months and prices have generally come down compared to 2013. Sony’s new X850 is not exactly cheap, but more affordable than HD Guru – wrongly - suggested in February. It will also be available as a 49-inch model for the first time. See Sony’s full price list below.

Sony X950B


X950
  • 65” 65X950B - $7,999
  • 84” 84X950B - $24,999

    X900
  • 55” 55X900B - $3,999
  • 65” 65X900B - $4,999
  • 79” 79X900B - $8,999

    X850
  • 49” 49X850B - $2,099
  • 55” 55X850B - $2,999
  • 65” 55X850B - $3,999
  • 70” 55X850B - $5,499

    See FlatpanelsHD’s full overview of Sony’s 2014 TVs here.



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