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Ultra HD 4K TV unveiled by Sony at CES 2014, which one impressed you most

At CES 2014, 4K TV sprang up and it seems that 4K TV is becoming the future trend that every TV manufacture is boosting. Among these companies, Sony must be the one that gains most attention. Since 2012 when the first 4K TV was released, till the TV lineup at CES 2014, Sony is aiming to regain the absolute predominance in TV industry with 4K technology.

Sony 4K TVs Comparison

As it turns out, Sony has bet on the right technology. Samsung, LG, Sharp, Toshiba ...every famous TV manufacture showed 4K TV as their staple in this CES. On the opening presentation of CES 2014, Kazuo Hirai, the President and CEO of Sony Corporation, is the only honored guest that was invited to deliver a speech. It is obvious that the whole industry has realized the importance of the oncoming 4K trend.

In the following passage, we list some representative types of 4K TV unveiled by Sony at CES 2014 for your reference.

1. XBR-X950B

As the newest flagship, Sony's XBR-X950B series packs the company's premiere LCD picture quality enhancements, now is available in 65- and 85-inch versions. It is called "Sony's best 4K TV for 2014 ".

Sony's XBR-X950B

As the newest flagship, Sony's XBR-X950B series packs the company's premiere LCD picture quality enhancements, now is available in 65- and 85-inch versions. It is called "Sony's best 4K TV for 2014 ".

Key features:
• 4K Ultra HD image quality with four times the resolution and clarity of Full HD 1080p
• X-tended Dynamic Range® PRO driven by direct LED arrays produces the effect of local dimming, offering a vivid display of contrast and brilliant detail
• TRILUMINOS™ Display for breathtaking color, clarity and detail
• Motionflow™ XR 960 produces lifelike movement
• HDMI 2.0 and 4K 60p with newly developed HEVC codec for support of future 4K content
• Screen mirroring via NFC OneTouch from compatible phones
• ClearAudio+ Digital Sound Processing (DSP) for lossless audio quality
• Built-in Wi-Fi for streaming connectivity, including Sony Entertainment Network™
• 3D capable with 2 pairs of glasses included
Sizes: 85-inch, 65-inch

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2. XBR-X900B

While everyone is going curved, Sony has thrown this wedge in the mix. More choice for screen size and edge-lit display are the main differences between this TV and the above one.

XBR-X900B

Key features:
• 4K Ultra HD image quality with four times the resolution and clarity of Full HD 1080p
• X-tended Dynamic Range® PRO driven by Edge LED arrays produces the effect of local dimming, offering a vivid display of contrast and brilliant detail
• TRILUMINOS™ Display for breathtaking color, clarity and detail
• Motionflow™ XR 960 produces lifelike movement
• Iconic, new Wedge design and front-facing Magnetic Fluid speakers produce clear and powerful full range of sound
• ClearAudio+ Digital Sound Processing (DSP) for lossless audio quality
• HDMI 2.0 and 4K 60p with newly developed HEVC codec for support of future 4K content
• Screen mirroring via NFC OneTouch from compatible phones
• Built-in Wi-Fi for streaming connectivity, including Sony Entertainment Network™
• 3D capable with 2 pairs of glasses included
Sizes: 79-inch, 65-inch, 55-inch

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3. XBR X850B

Sony's cheapest 4K set, keeps that quantum dot-equipped Triluminous backlight of W900A but loses any kind of local dimming. That makes this TV not so impressive as the above-mentioned two.

XBR X850B

Key features:
• 4K Ultra HD image quality with four times the resolution and clarity of Full HD 1080p
• TRILUMINOS™ Display for breathtaking color, clarity and detail
• Motionflow™ XR 240 produces lifelike movement
• ClearAudio+ Digital Sound Processing (DSP) with S-Force Front Surround projects clear vocals and wide sound range (optional subwoofer)
• HDMI 2.0 and 4K 60p with newly developed HEVC codec for support of future 4K content
• Built-in Wi-Fi for streaming connectivity, including Sony Entertainment Network™
• Screen mirroring via NFC OneTouch from compatible phones
• 3D capable with 2 pairs of glasses included
Sizes: 70-inch, 65-inch, 55-inch, 49-inch

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June 08, 2018 10:26 / Updated by to 4K, Video Converter