Many More Press Release From Sony
Despite Sony's foot in their mouth attitudes as of late, they are still coming out with good hardware.
LAS VEGAS, Feb. 27, 2007 â€“ Optimized for the high-definition, home entertainment experience, Sony today is introducing a new line of surround sound receiversThe receivers provide full HD features from 1080p performance with smooth video switching to simple surround sound set-up, along with the ability to receive XMÂ® Radio satellite programming. Using the receiversâ€™ HDMIâ„¢ connections, they become great conduits between the content source and the HD display. They are ideal for 1080p high-definition equipment like Sonyâ€™s Blu-ray Disc playes and BRAVIA flat LCD televisions.Â The company also announced a new line of accessories, offering connection options for such advanced functions as wireless BluetoothÂ® and network connectivity.â€œWe have incorporated HD video and audio into receivers that are sure to impress consumers,â€ said Jeff Goldstein, vice president of marketing for Sony Electronics' Home Products Division
LAS VEGAS, Feb. 27, 2007 â€“ Sony today took the wraps off seven BRAVIAâ„¢ high-definition televisions that will be compatible with the companyâ€™s recently announced BRAVIAâ„¢ Internet Video Link module.Â The HD 1080p (progressive) V-series models include 46- and 40-inch screen sizes, while 720p models include the S-series 26-, 40-, 46-inch models (all measured diagonally) and 32-inch class (31.5 inches measured diagonally).Â Also new is the 32-inch class (31.5 inches measured diagonally) KDL-32XBR4 set. All of the new models feature the Technical EmmyÂ® award-winning Xross Media Bar (XMB)â„¢ user interface for enhanced navigation.Â Previously, Sony announced the first of its kind BRAVIA Internet Video Link module that allows for direct television access to Internet video content, including high-definition programming, from providers like AOL, Yahoo! and Grouper, as well as Sony Pictures Entertainment and Sony BMG Music
LAS VEGAS, Feb. 27, 2007 â€“ Sony today unveiled its new line of newly-named BRAVIAâ„¢ 3LCD micro-display models, featuring cabinets that are about 22 percent slimmer than previous Sony Grand WEGA projection TV models.They are designed to complement home dÃ©cor, while providing the outstanding performance and picture quality that have made Sonyâ€™s micro-displays the leader of the category since its inception four years ago.Â Â The new line features the 1920 x 1080p (progressive) 50-inch KDF-50E3000 and the 46-inch KDF-46E3000 models, along with the 1280 x 720p 37-inch KDF-37H1000 TV (all screen sizes measured diagonally).Â All of the new micro-displays are compatible with Sonyâ€™s BRAVIAâ„¢ Internet Video Link module that features the Technical EmmyÂ® award-winning Xross Media Bar (XMB)â„¢ user interface for enhanced on-screen navigation.