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