Sony’s 2015 range of 4K TVs now available for pre-order in US
Sony has revealed in a recent announcement that it has opened US pre-orders of its 2015 range of 4K TV sets. The ultra-slim TVs - which boast integration with Google's Android TV operating system - were unveiled by the company at the 2015 CES event earlier this year.
Announcing that the new lineup of 4K TVs are now available for pre-order in the US, Sony said that interested customers can reserve their TV sets ahead of the scheduled retail launch of the TVs in July.
Sharing the pricing details for the new 4K TVs, Sony said that the cost of the 55-inch X900C model will be $2,499 (approximately £1,580); whereas the 65-inch model of the TV will be priced at $3,999 (nearly £2,527). In addition, the new lineup will also include a 75-inch model priced at $5,499 (£3,476).
The new 4K TVs announced by Sony will be available from the company itself; as well as from Amazon and Best Buy.
One of the most attractive features of Sony's new 4K TVs is their incredibly thin display which boasts Sony's Trimluminos screen technology along with the 4K X-Reality Pro software to allow users to upscale HD content to the new UltraHD resolution. The TVs will also run the image enhancing Sony X1 chip, which the company claims will offer enhancements to contrast, brightness and clarity.
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