Sony’s new BRAVIA 3DTVs NX710 and NX810

Sony adds two new BRAVIA 3DTVs to its 2010 line-up, offering network connectivity, 3D capability, BRAVIA Internet Video and elegant design.

The new 3DTVs has a slim Monolithic Design with smaller bezel around the TV’s screen,  touch sensitive controls and use “contrasting, luxury materials like glass and brushed aluminium.” The new models has a Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) Dynamic Edge LED backlight panels,  Motionflow 100Hz Pro (NX710) and Motionflow 200Hz Pro (NX810), integrated Wi-Fi wireless network capabilities (802.11), features BRAVIA Engine 3, USB and DLNA photo/music/video playback and will be available  in screen sizes between 46-  55-inchs and also include a 2.1 sound system mounted in the base.

Sony KDL-55NX810

The BRAVIA Internet Video allows tou to stream Internet video content directly to your TV screen without the need  of PC – From Catch-up TV to video sharing sites like YouTube and DailyMotion, streaming movies from LOVEFiLM plus exclusive content like the FIFA World Cup Collection and with BRAVIA Internet Widgets you can even find out what your friends are up to with updates from sites like Twitter and Facebook, view photos from Flickr – all via your TV screen.

Sony BRAVIA KDL 46NX710


“With 3D capability, the connectivity of BRAVIA Internet Video and stunning monolithic design, the NX710 and NX810 are perfect for people who want both style and performance from their TV,” says Patrick Naltet, Director TV Business Management, Home Entertainment of Europe.

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