Sony Provides Pricing/Availability for X900C and X910C 4K Ultra HD TVs

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Sony-55X900C.jpgSony has announced pricing and availability for the X900C and X910C Series of 4K Ultra HD TVs, first introduced at CES 2015. The ultra-thin X900C, which measures just 0.2 inches thick, comes in two screen sizes: the 55-inch model (shown here) will retail for $2,499, while the 65-inch model will retail for $3,999. Both are now available for pre-sale, for delivery in July. The 75-inch X910C will carry a retail price of $5,499 and be available this summer.

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As part of its 2015 4K Ultra HDTV lineup, which includes six new series, Sony Electronics has announced pricing and availability for the X900C and X910C series 4K Ultra HD TVs.

X900C 4K Ultra HD TV: $2,499 for 55" class; $3,999 for 65" class
X910C 4K Ultra HD TV: $5,499 for 75" class

Pre-sales on the X900C begin Sunday, June 21, 2015, with full purchase availability beginning July 2015. The X910C will be available this summer. Reseller price may vary.

About the X900C and X910C 4K UHD TVs:
The X900C combines 4K clarity and brilliant color with an incredibly thin design. At just under 0.2 inches thin, the X900C model is thinner than a smartphone and is Sony's thinnest TV yet, and the X910C is the thinnest TV of its size ever made. The ultra-thin profile is virtually frameless and mounts flush to your wall, leaving only a stunning 4K picture for an unparalleled viewing experience.

Powered by the X1 processor engine, the X900C and X910C feature maximized contrast, color and clarity in both HD and 4K content. The X-Reality PRO Picture Engine upscales all existing HD content to super clear 4K quality, and colors come alive on the screen in the widest range ever thanks to TRILUMINOS display technology.

Lastly, the X900C and X910C are powered by Android TV. Android TV delivers great content, streaming apps and Android games to the TV to provide a personalized and easy-to-use entertainment experience. It allows users to easily access content from favorite apps like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, YouTube, Hulu, CBS News, CBS Sports, Crackle, NBA Game Time, Pandora and SlingTV and over 600 other apps or access a huge selection of games and additional content from the Google Play store right on the TV. With Google Cast, users can cast their favorite entertainment apps such as HBO GO from their Android or iOS device, Mac or Windows computer or Chromebook to the TV. The voice search feature helps users find content or a wide variety of information quickly and easily, and the Android TV home screen provides personalized content recommendations from Google Play, YouTube and supported apps.

This summer, gamers can also bring the immersive world of PlayStation direct to the TV with PlayStation Now. PlayStation 3 games can be streamed to the TV and played with a DUALSHOCK 4 controller.

Additional Resources
Sony Announces Pricing and Availability of 2015 TV Line at HomeTheaterReview.com.
Sony's 2015 Bravia UHD TV Lineup Announced at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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