The recently unveiled Sony Bravia HX850 HDTV series in India should let users experience life-like pictures in both 2D and 3D modes with the assistance of X-Reality Pro video processing. The environment-conscious televisions are said to be capable of supporting high definition Blu-ray as well as low resolution web videos and extend support to a number of custom applications.
X-Reality Pro is responsible for optimizing textures, colors and sharpness, whereas ‘Super-Resolution Optimized by Database & Multi-Frame Analysis’ renders accurate visuals, thanks to its detailed scrutiny of frames and pixels. The TVs claim to offer enhanced 3D viewing experience and their capability to display natural pictures can be attributed to Motionflow XR800/960, image interpolation, IB Reduction and LED backlight blinking.
Additionally, its 4x High Speed 3D panel should cut down on the blurring effect in fast-action scenes. These lightweight TVs flaunt slender form factors with the Monolithic design concept that features a single surface of glass measuring not more than 0.7mm. Fitted with a Bunchin stand, they come with built-in speakers too.
The Sony Bravia HX850 HDTVs provide access to a number of services, one of them being Bravia Internet Video for quick access to video hosting websites. A built-in browser ensures direct access to the internet, while the Opera TV Store stocks up on applications meant for the big screen. They will even be pre-loaded with some India-centric apps such as BIGFlix, STAR, Bollywood Hungama and Sony Entertainment Network amongst others.
Compatible with Skype, these Wi-Fi-enabled televisions can be used for accessing social networking websites. Needless to say, they should seamlessly connect to handheld devices like tablets and smartphones as well as PC systems for streaming content using Wi-Fi Direct. Users can control their Bravia displays remotely via a smartphone with the help of the free Media Remote app.
The Sony Bravia HX850 HDTV series price in India ranges between Rs. 93,000 and Rs. 209,900. These devices are now available through Sony Centers and other authorized retailers.