22:28 18th Feb, 2012
Sony Launches Biggest BRAVIA 3D LED TV In India
65" model is available for a pricey Rs 3,59,900.
Sony has launched its biggest BRAVIA 3D TV, the 65" KDL-65HX925 belonging to the ultra-high-end HX925 series. If you remember, we had recently reviewed the 55" version of this series. With the X-Reality PRO dual-core image processing engine, the TV is capable of displaying Full HD video content and supports 120 Hz for 3D stereoscopic compatibility with most 3D sources. The TV also features 2D-to-3D conversion, so you are not limited to 3D sources.
The new BRAVIA comes in the stylish and slim monolithic design, with a Gorilla Glass panel covering the entire front facing area. The Motionflow XR 800 feature claims smooth playback in fast-action scenes by introducing additional frames. It features S-Force Front Surround 3D audio technology that claims to simulate a surround sound experience using just the 2.1 speakers. There are two USB 2.0 ports capable of reading USB flash drives to play photos, music, and videos, although we think they will not support NFTS drives just like the rest of the X-Reality models. The four HDMI ports will let you connect all your entertainment gadgets including a set top box, media player, and game console.
The TV is internet-enabled with in-built Wi-Fi and Ethernet port, and supports a host of internet applications such as Facebook, Twitter, web browsing, and also Skype, using the free webcam that comes along. Sony also provides two 3D glasses and users can avail the special 3D bundle consisting of a PS2, 3D gaming and movie titles, and two more pairs of 3D glasses worth Rs 33,200 for a discounted price of Rs 20,000. This is not a surprise, as the Sony BRAVIA KDL-65HX925 will cost you a cool Rs 3,59,900.
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