Sony Launches Bravia Series Of 3D TVs

Sony has introduced a new range of Bravia series of 3D TVs in India.

Masaru Tamagawa, Managing Director, Sony India, said, “At Sony, we want to create an entirely unique experience for the consumers which draws them closer to entertainment than ever before.” He added, “Indian consumer today has become all the more technology savvy and with the launch of new technologies like 3D, Internet TV and LED, we want to ensure that they get nothing but the best.”

With the announcement for the launch of 3D TVs, Sony is all set to provide the most break-through technology to AV enthusiasts. Additionally, Sony LED backlight TV gives better contrast for deeper blacks and crispier bright color. To complete the home entertainment experience, Sony takes a leap ahead by bringing internet content to TV with Bravia Internet Video which allows users quick access to some of the very popular websites like YouTube, Facebook, and many others. This feature currently allows users to access up to 30 websites.

With technology such as Motionflow 200Hz with Image Blur Reduction, users can watch smoother sports and action scenes. The Live Colour feature produces vivid colors and the new range of TVs also come enabled with MPEG Noise reduction and Intelligent Picture Plus which considerably reduce noise that is normally found in many scenes and produces pictures that are much sharper, clear and noise-free.

Published Date: Mar 09, 2010 03:55 pm | Updated Date: Mar 09, 2010 03:55 pm