CES 2012: Sony HX8 3D Bravia's ready for a battering with Gorilla Glass

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Sony’s 2012 Bravia line-up made its debut at CES 2012 this week, with the company showing off four new sets packing X-Reality and X-Reality PRO technology for stunning 2D and 3D visuals.

Top of the range is the HX853 model. Alongside X-Reality Pro, it boasts Motionflow XR800Hz, Dynamic Edge LED with Local Dimming and active 3D technology. Wi-Fi is built in for Smart TV access to apps, while a sheet of Gorilla Glass allows for a near edge-to-edge finish and added protection.

Next up is the HX753. It’s similar to the HX853 but gets X-Reality instead of the X-Reality Pro tech and Motionflow XR400HZ instead of the 800Hz offering.

Both the HX753 and HX853 come in 55, 46 and 40 inches models, while the HX753 also comes in a 36-inch size.

For full HD on a budget, turn your attention to the EX653 models, bringing X-Reality, Motionflow XR100Hz, Freeview HD and Built-in Wi-Fi to the table. If you’re not too fussed about HD visuals, then the HD-ready slim-bodied EX553 is for you.

No pricing details available yet, but we’ll pass them on as they trickle in.

For more news from CES 2012, click here.

Gerald Lynch
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