Sony X90C received

16 Jul 2015 | Torben Rasmussen |

X90C is one of the thinnest TVs from Sony ever. The TV is 4.9 mm at its thinnest points but Sony has still managed to pack it with Ultra HD and Android TV. If there is anything you want us to examine during the review post a comment.

Sony X90C received

X90C is a design statement from Sony; a TV that looks stunning even when it is off. The TV is incredibly thin at the upper half but gets thicker at the bottom to make room for Android TV, picture processing, and a twin tuner in Europe. Sony says that it is possible to mount the TV very close to the wall because of a new bracket solution. The TV has built-in Google Cast as well as HEVC and VP9 decoding for 4K content.
More on Sony’s 2015 TV line-up here.

Sony X90C


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X90C is available in 55” and 65” sizes in the US and Europe. A 75” X91C is also available in the US.

Prices
  • USA: Sony X90C
  • Europe: Sony X90C



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