[CES 2013] As impressed as we were by Sony’s 56-inch 4K OLED TV Prototype, we know it will be a long time until we hear about a consumer version of the TV any time soon. So instead of looking off into the Sony’s future, we’ll stick to taking a look at their 2013 line of products, specifically Sony’s Bravia TVs.
Last year, Sony launched its 84-inch 4K LED TV, but seeing as it literally costs an arm and a leg, Sony decided to expand its 4K line by adding a 65-inch and 55-inch screen sizes to its X9000A series of 4K LED TVs.
In addition to the new 4K LED TVs, Sony is also introducing two new series of LED TVs, starting with the W series of LED Bravia TVs that include the KDL-W650A, KDL-W802A and KDL-W900A. All of the LED TVs are Wi-Fi enabled, with the W900A being the premier LED TV as it supports NFC features, TRILUMINOUS display and is 3D capable.
The second series of LED TVs are the R series that include the KDL-R550A, KDL-520A, KDL-40R450A and KDL-32R400A. The R550A is an LED HDTV that is 3D compatible with a Wi-Fi connection and is RVU compliant. It’ll come with four pairs of 3D glasses and is available in 70-inch, 60-inch and 50-inch sizes. Don’t need 3D? Then you’ll want the R520A as it has every feature the R550A does, but is stripped of 3D compatibility. The 40R450A and 32R400A are at the bottom of the bunch as they’ll both be made available with One-touch Mirroring and will be sold at a “great value for consumers.”