[CES 2013] So you might be enjoying some music on your phone or tablet while on the way home, or maybe an entertaining YouTube video, but since you’re home why bother watching it on such a small display, right? If you’re interested in a connected TV that allows you to stream content from your mobile devices onto your television, Sony has announced the Bravia KDL W900 LED connected TV which they will be showing off at CES 2013.
According to Sony, they will be taking advantage of NFC technology and allow users to pair their mobile devices with the TV wirelessly, although this means that you will need to own a mobile device with NFC capabilities. However we’re assuming that Sony is referring to their Xperia lineup of smartphones which has an NFC chip installed for most of them. Other features Sony is boasting includes a TV with an elegant design, Edge LED display with support for Full HD 1080p video, X-Reality Pro, integrated speakers, active shutter 3D with two pairs of glasses included, built-in WiFi, and access to Sony Entertainment Network. Pricing and availability of the Bravia KDL W900 TV has yet to be determined.
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