Sony introduced us at the beginning of the year its new OLED TVs AF8 and XF90, two models with different technologies but an image quality focused on the most demanding public. The XF90 model adds a backlit LCD panel that we have already been able to analyze thoroughly. Now we have to check what the AF8 offers us, a 4K HDR TV with an OLED panel that launches a new range in the Sony catalog and is positioned as the most complete model next to the Sony A1, the company’s current flagship TV and with the that bears a great resemblance. » Read more
As every year, the CES (Consumer Electronics Show), which, as you know, is one of the most important consumer electronics fairs, was the “kick-off” of the new TV ranges for 2018 from the main manufacturers. At the beginning of January, during the celebration of the event, we knew what brands are going to offer us this year, but it is now when their new TVs are coming to stores, and therefore, when we can know their prices.
The range of options available to us today is, fortunately, very broad. Many manufacturers, such as LG, Sony or Panasonic, among others, have two well differentiated ranges: one with OLED panels and the other with LCD solutions and LED backlighting. The brand that has remained outside of OLED, and which seems to be focusing its attention in the medium term on MicroLED technology, is Samsung, which hopes to stand up to the OLED and LCD LED solutions of its competitors with its QLED televisions. » Read more
A few days ago we knew the official sale prices of the new range of Sony LCD-LED TVs for this 2018, the XF90 and XF85 models, with a zone lighting system FALD in the case of the XF90 that promises to keep the good impressions left by last year’s model. » Read more
Over a year ago it unveiled the logo and specifications of the physical format which would replace the Blu-ray, which they refused to break the head and christened Ultra HD Blu-ray. This is an important advance for domestic consumption content to exploit technology, where the support HDR stands and a better quality sound to most recent.
Panasonic and Samsung were the first to raise his hand to announce Ultra HD DVD Blu-ray, and now it’s Sony who is finally announced its first device that will support the new Blu-ray discs 4K. Something we expected to happen with the arrival of the new PS4 Pro, but finally it was not, which made the company was strongly criticized. » Read more
Sony used to book their ads on TV for CES, which made us to have a perspective on company strategy throughout the year, but now just made an unusual move regarding its roadmap of launches, since today are introducing a new family, according to the company, he comes to position itself as its new flagship, the new Bravia Z Series, a family of ultra-premium 4K TVs.
This new series Bravia Z Sony TV reaches placed on top of the already famous X series, and aims to rival OLED panels because the bet Sony stays on the LCD as the main technology, but with a number of improvements and features that will make the screen image has a greater realism. » Read more
We know the high-end Sony TVs with 4K resolutions for this year 2016. So much so we could try the remarkable Sony KD-55XD93, a model that nevertheless represented a high price for a large market share.
Trying to bring the most outstanding features of these models top model from Sony have opted to market cheaper versions seeking buyers begin to adopt the resolution 4K in their homes. » Read more