Sony demonstrates 65-inch Bravia TV set

Sony demonstrates 65-inch Bravia TV set

Sony has proudly demonstrated its newest member of the Bravia family of TV sets – the Bravia W85. The new company product has a 65-inch display at Full HD resolution and sports support for NFC and Wi-Fi technologies.

In addition the TV set has four HDMI ports, three USB ports and S-Force Front Surround sound. The display makes use of Sony’s TRILUMINOS Display technology for better colors and images and sports Motionflow XR 400 Hz and X-Reality Pro technologies for better overall image quality. On the other hand the TV SideView technology will allow smartphones and tablets to manipulate the TV set.

The 65-inch Sony Bravia W85 will be available in Europe in October 2013. The TV set will cost GBP 2999.

Source: Sony

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