Sony 84-inch 4K LCD TV to kickstart global launch at the end of this year


Sony is first off the blocks by rolling out the industry’s largest 84″ class TV sometime at the end of this year, delivering high-resolution large screen picture and action that will be accompanied by high-quality powerful sound in order to deliver an immersive experience for viewers, letting you enjoy TV in a totally new way – I myself personally think that a large screen TV offers by far and large a more immersive experience compared to that of a 3D TV. What do you think? Let us check out what else the 84-inch TV is able to deliver right out of the box, right after the jump, shall we not?

To put it in a nutshell, the spanking new Sony Bravia will boast of a 4K (3840 x 2160) LCD panel, offering four times the resolution of current Full High Definition TVs that are in the market. This new TV will incorporate Sony’s 4K X-Reality PRO super-resolution high picture quality engine in order to get the job done, where this particularly formidable combination is able to seamlessly deliver high-resolution large-screen picture with high-quality powerful sound without missing a beat. I guess this is one TV that I will have to experience an eyes-on in order to fully grasp what I am writing about here.

About the 4K LCD panel? Well, it comprises, of approximately 8.29-megapixels, which is 4 times the resolution of Full HD standard as mentioned earlier, allowing you to reproduce a range of content with different resolutions, ranging from HD digital broadcasts to content from Blu-ray discs. Viewers need not worry about the pixels, while letting you notice images which are breathtakingly realistic and beautifully clear, courtesy of its wide 60-degree viewing angle, never mind if you sit as much as half the distance to the display – when you compare it to viewing something at Full HD resolution.

You know for sure that this is going to be one expensive TV to own, where we are most probably looking at a price tag which is easily capable of purchasing a nice family sedan with some spare change left over to boot.

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HX925 Says: September 6, 2012 at 4:30 pm

I read somewhere this will cost aprox $30,000-$35,000.

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