Sony’s wafer-skinny, Android-powered 4K TVs will begin at $2,499

Sony's wafer-thin, Android-powered 4K TVs will start at $2,499

Spring has come and gone with none signal of Sony’s promised X900C and X910C TVs, however these tremendous-skinny 4K units are lastly on their method… properly, virtually. The slimmest of the bunch, the zero.19-inch thick X900C collection, is now slated to reach in July at hefty costs of $2,499 for a fifty five-inch mannequin, and $three,999 for its sixty five-inch counterpart. Decided to go greater? You will have to attend longer, and pay a reasonably penny. The lone X910C mannequin, a seventy five-incher, is poised to launch someday this summer time for $5,499. Fortunately, display measurement is the one main distinction right here. All of those models pack Android TV, Triluminos shows and an X1 processor that ought to take advantage of your 4K video. The actual query is whether or not or not you want this eye-catching design within the first place — it is nice for those who’re aiming for a close to-invisible wall mount, however you may in any other case be fantastic ‘settling’ for a thicker TV.

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