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Sony has presented at the CES 2012 with a large number of new products ready for release this year. One is the new range of Bravia TVs, among which highlight the new Sony Bravia HX750. This is a tapered design TV, modern and attractive, available in sizes 46 and 55 inches.
The Bravia HX750 is a 3D TV with LCD display and Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). The backlighting is provided by Dynamic Edge LED system, namely: LEDs located on the side of the screen. Thanks to technology Frame Dimming these LED can automatically adjust the strength depending on what is being displayed on the screen. Apart from this, Sony has applied its latest developments at the HX750, such as X-Reality Engine or Motionflow XR480, to achieve the best possible image quality.
Possible types of connection include Internet access, WiFi port, video conferencing software Skype and access Sony Entertainment Network for downloading applications, manage our Twitter and Facebook accounts or enjoy movies or music on demand. Compatibility with DLNA wireless communication standard allows us to receive video or music from a computer or even a smartphone through home WiFi network.
The energy efficiency is an increasingly important aspect in recent electronic equipment. In the case of Sony Bravia HX750, Frame Dimming technology that we have mentioned enables us save up to 40% of energy compared to previous Bravia models. In addition, the new HX750 is listed with A+ and A note on the EU Energy Efficiency Class classification. At the moment, were not disclosed pricing or availability, but we will be looking to update this information promptly.