Sony officially busted out its slew of stylish 3D HDTVs today at CES. Sony introduced its 2010 BRAVIA LCD HDTV lineup featuring its first 3D HDTVs, a new and stylish Monolithic Design Concept, and LED backlighting. Sony says its new BRAVIA line is made up of 38 models ranging in screen sizes from 60 to 22-inches.
“Sony’s 3D HDTVs leverage the breadth and depth of the company’s expertise to create an entirely unique experience at home that draws you closer to entertainment than ever before,” said Jeff Goldstein, vice president for Sony’s television business. “Sony will continue to own the living room by delivering TVs that work synergistically; both in function and design.”
BRAVIA XBR-LX900 Series 3D HDTV
Available this summer, the BRAVIA XBR-LX900 series features integrated 3D functionality, integrated Wi-Fi, BRAVIA Internet Widgets, and screen sizes including 60 (XBR-60LX900), 52 (XBR-52LX900), 46 (XBR-46LX900), and 40-inch (XBR-40LX900). The LX900 models also feature Sony’s new OptiContrast panel design, a clear surface treatment and a resin sheet sandwiched between a LCD display panel and glass plate, which helps minimize glare.
BRAVIA XBR-HX900 Series 3D Ready HDTV
The XBR-HX900 series is 3D ready and features full HD (1920 x 1080p) models with Intelligent Dynamic LED backlight and Sony’s new Monolithic Design. This series does a net little trick: These models also feature Sony’s new ambient sensor that automatically optimizes the TV’s color and brightness according to the room environment and lighting conditions.
BRAVIA KDL-HX800 Series 3D Ready HDTV
These 3D ready HDTVs will also be available this summer. The BRAVIA KDL-HX800 series will be available in screen sizes including 55-inch class (54.6-inches measured diagonally) (KDL-55HX800), 46 (KDL-46HX800) and 40-inch (KDL-40HX800).
Sony also introduced several other new BRAVIA models with various features, prices and screen sizes including BRAVIA KDL-NX800 series, BRAVIA KDL-NX700 Series, BRAVIA KDL-EX700 Series, BRAVIA KDL-EX600 Series, BRAVIA KDL-EX500 Series and quite a few more—check out their specs.