Sony Japan has announced three new BRAVIA-branded TVs, and despite the trend of coming up with 3D devices, none of these TVs support 3D. Despite the lack of 3D, the TVs do offer some nice selling points, such as the inclusion of a 500GB hard drive and the ability for users to transfer content from the hard drive to external hard drives via USB. The flagship model is the 40-inch KDL-40EX52H and features an LED edge-lit display with full HD resolution, double digital TV tuner, Ethernet port, 10W x 2ch speakers and 3 HDMI ports, priced at $1,800.
There are another two models that were also announced, namely the 32-inch KDL-32EX42H and the 22-inch KDL-22EX42H, both of which feature a display resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels. Expect to pay $1,340 and $1,100 for the 32- and 22-inch model respectively. All three models will be available in Japan from March 20th.
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