At each iteration of CES, it would not be complete if there were not rows of the latest generation TVs to wow the masses. It just works somehow, especially when you have plenty of high definition material to dazzle the viewers and attendees. Sony’s booth at CES 2013 was not short on eye candy either, where their HDTV line up saw the introduction of features such as NFC, MHL and Miracast for select models, with the high end W900A model being the first that will utilize its Quantum Dot technology that works in tandem with edge LED lighting.
Sony decided to revive the Triluminos brand name for this particular technology, where they claim that it is capable of delivering a wider color gamut without inflating prices to sky high levels. It seems that in the lower range W- and R- lines, only the KDL-W900A will come equipped with Triluminos to keep your eyes excited. That model will come with an extra long internal speaker duct that tous improved sound and standard NFC remote, with the 55-inch model retailing for $3,299 a pop. Time to start saving up, no?
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