Sony of Japan has just released their first LCD TV with an integrated hard drive, known as the BRAVIA BX. Coming in piano black, the monolithic design-inspired BRAVIA BX series of LCD TVs is otherwise known as the BX300 for folks living Stateside, where it will come in 22? and 32? models. As for those who stay in Japan, they will benefit from 22?, 26? and 32? sizes, alongside a pretty spacious 500GB hard drive and the option for a white color to grace your living room. Features include 100,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, CCFL backlighting, 720p HD resolution, 60Hz, 24p True Cinema, BRAVIA Engine 2, BRAVIA Sync and other standard video capability.
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