Sony add the NX713 and NX813 sets to their 3D TV range

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Sony nx813 3d tv.jpgTwo new high-end sets have been added to Sony’s 3D Bravia range this morning. The NX713 and NX813 3D TVs are yet another two options to bring your PS3 games and (eventually) 3D Blu-rays into the third dimension.

Apart from 100Hz motion processing in the NX713 model and 200Hz processing in the NX813, there’s very little to set the two TVs apart. Both sport the monolithic design of the updated Bravia range with dynamic LED backlighting and Sony’s Bravia Internet Video services.

The sets also have with an optional designer stand, tilting the screen at the optimal 6 degree angle and squeezing in a 2.1 channel speaker system in the base.

“With 3D capability, the connectivity of BRAVIA Internet Video and stunning monolithic design, the NX713 and NX813 are perfect for people who want both style and performance from their TV,” says Christian Brown, Senior Category Marketing Manager, Sony UK.

“More and more people recognize that 3D will play an important part in the future of home entertainment. And with the NX713 and NX813 you’ll be safe in the knowledge that you’re ready to upgrade to 3D viewing as soon as you decide the time is right.

No price or release date has been set yet for either model, but we’ll pass on the info once we get it.

Gerald Lynch
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