If you are thinking about purchasing a new 4K TV from Sony then you will be glad to find out that the company has added some cheaper models to its 2016 4K TV lineup. Earlier this year it showed off some of its flagship models which are quite expensive but these new models are geared more towards the average consumer who doesn’t have too much money to burn on a TV set. Sony’s new XBR-X800D, the XBR-X750D, and the XBR-X700D 4K TVs are available in a variety of sizes.
All three series offer a superior 4K viewing experience as well as near 4K quality up-conversion from HD sources. The XBR-X800D also has support for High Dynamic Range content while the XBR-X750D and XBR-X700D TVs will be upgradable to HDR compatibility through a software update which will arrive later this year.
Sony’s new 4K TVs are powered by Google’s Android TV OS, which makes it very easy for users to run apps and play games on the TV, and access streaming services like Netflix. The TVs also allow Home Automation control through the UI using a Logitech Harmony Hub, Internet of Things devices like shades, thermostats, lights, and more can be controlled at a push of a button on the TV’s remote.
Sony X800D, X750D, and X700D 4K TVs are available for pre-sale right now and they will be on sale at Amazon starting next month. The XBR-X800D is available in 49 inch and 43 inch for $1,499 and $1,299, XBR-X750D in 65 inch for $2,299, the XBR-X700D in 55 inch and 49 inch sizes for $1,499 and $999.99 respectively.