Sony's 4K range of TVs gets two new members, with the X8504A series.
Both Sony and Samsung have slashed the prices on 4K Ultra HD in the US. Will this mean cost cuts for Australian consumers?
Sony has revealed its 55 and 65-inch 4K models, along with an expanded line-up of traditional HDTVs.
Sony's new 55- and 65-inch 4K TVs will be available in the US from 21 April, with the US$699 4K player coming later in the year.
Sony will "loan" an Ultra HD player with 10 movies loaded to anyone in the US who buys its $24,000 TV.
Aimed at the medical market, Sony's new OLED TV boasts a resolution of 2048x2560 pixels.
Sony's promised "preloaded, native 4K entertainment" with its AU$25,000 TV is a US-only offer.
Sony US claims that the "world's first 4K Ultra HD delivery solution", along with full-length Hollywood films, will ship with its 84-inch TV.
Sony's Ultra High Definition television is available for pre-order from today, with delivery guaranteed before Christmas.
Sony will be calling the successor to high definition "4K Ultra High Definition", despite consensus on a simpler name.
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