Sony unveiled ultra-slim, wireless XBR10 BRAVIA LCDs

Sony unveiled ultra-slim, wireless XBR10 BRAVIA LCDs

Sony has just announced their new super slim KDL-XBR10 BRAVIA LCDs. The reasons why this Edge-lit LED backlighting LCDs get thinner than ever, is its dedicated wireless media receiver acting like a hub for integration. The video data is transmitted wirelessly to the display; this design is similar to Sony Bravia ZX5 LED HDTVs and Panasonic’s Z1 plasmas.

The features is merely similar with the lines of BRAVIA LCDs. Sony KDL-XBR10 series features 1,920×1,080 (1080p) native resolution, Sony’s Motionflow 240Hz processing, Edge-lit LED backlighting, Quoted contrast ratio of over 1,000,000:1, with Bravia Internet Widgets powered by the Yahoo Widget Engine, DLNA-compliant; stream music, photos, and video from other DLNA servers and connectivity with Four HDMI inputs, USB input, RS232C input.

These sleek Sony KDL-XBR10 series is expected to come this October in two models 46-inch KDL-46XBR10 for $4,500 list price and 52-inch KDL-52XBR10 at $5,000 price tag.

We won’t argue if you can’t move-over its sleek design, super slim panel display plus the cool wireless media hub, but Sony common –at $5000 totally overpriced for 52-inch, find it a luxury stuff. But in case you belong to those who have a barrel of money to grab one, sure you will enjoy the upcoming Sony 3D.

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