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July 29, 2008

Bravia T Series: Sony Gets Design Crazy With 6 New LCD TV's To Hit Asia Pacific In August

Bravia_TSeries_highres(2).jpgIf we respect anyone's opinion it's the boys over at Engadget HD, but this time maybe not so much. While they feel Sony's new Bravia T series LCD models are unsightly, we have to give Sony kudos for stepping outside of the design box. While the past year has seen a shrinking bezel trend, Sony throws a curveball and sticks the Bravia's built-in speakers on the side of the set. Granted they're just asking for criticism doing something so crazy and all, but it's nice to see something a little different.

The Sony Bravia T series will be launched in the Asia Pacific region at the end of August and features six new LCD HDTV's sized from 19 to 32 inches. The 19-inch models feature 1680 x 1050 resolution while the larger 26- and 32-inch models feature 1366 x 768 resolution. All of the models feature the Bravia Engine 2, Advanced Contrast Enhancer, MPEG Noise Reduction, and a variety of screen formats and picture modes. So far no pricing details have been released, but if you want to take a closer look at the specs just hit the read link.

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Posted by Justin Davey at July 29, 2008 4:27 AM

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