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CES 2014: Sony’s latest 4K TV takes inspiration from doorstops, cartoon cheese

         

CES 2014: Sony's latest 4K TV takes inspiration from doorstops, cartoon cheese

Savvy Sony has noticed that TV displays are becoming ever larger and it can be concerned that your eighty five-incher may topple over and crush the liked household cat.

That is why the Sony Bravia X9 has been made wedge-formed, making it thicker on the backside than the highest.

In addition to making the set sturdier, it implies that Sony can shoehorn some sophisticated audio system into it, together with a two-means Lengthy Duct Speaker that will have to enhance the bass.

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The brand new design additionally "simplifies connections" due to its new model port replicator that "streamlines cable administration with out cramping your model". Except your model is unruly cabling, through which case believe it cramped.

In addition to the enjoyable new design, Sony’s X9 deals 4K resolution using Sony’s X-Reality Pro picture engine, a new "one-flick" on-demand interface and comes with a built-in web cam for Skype calls.

Available in 79-, 65- and 55-inch models, the new TVs will be on sale from spring 2014; no word on pricing yet though.

If you fancy the wedge but aren’t too fussed about the Ultra HD playback, the non-4K Bravia W95 will also rock the same cheese-inspired design.

Also announced at CES 2014 were four new updates to Sony’s Blu-ray player line-up, the most impressive of which is the BDP-S6200 which offers 4K upscaling, 3D playback, music enhancement and internet access. The new Blu-ray players will be released at the end of January 2014.