Sony Bravia LX900 HDTV– full HD 3D technology

| Jun 7, 2010
Sony Bravia LX900 HDTV– full HD 3D technology

Sony plans shortly (summer 2010) to sell full HD 3D HDTVs – that will be the Sony Bravia LX900 Series.

This Sony Bravia TV set will be available in 52’’ and 60’’ sizes. Only a few technical specs are known:
  • Full HD 1080p resolution
  • Edge LED Backlighting
  • Built-in Wi-Fi (you’ll still need the Wireless router and internet connection)
  • Integrated Full HD 3D technology.

The Sony LX900 television set package includes the 3D transmitter and the Active Shutter 3D Glasses, so you’ll get 3D viewing out of the box.

The active shutter 3D glasses receive two separate left and right images, through infrared. These images are synchronized with your Sony Bravia HDTV in full HD. The 3D effect is amazingly real.

The Sony 3D HDTV can still show 2D content. Using the remote’s 3D activation button, you can easily switch between 2D and 3D.

Important to know, old Bravia Series are not compatible with 3D TV. Only LX900, and additionally HX900 and HX800 HDTVs support the 3D technology. The good news is, if you own a Playstation 3, you will be able to watch 3D content, of course after you will update your PS 3 firmware. So you’ll be able to download 3D games, 3D streaming content and play 3D Blu-ray discs.

The price plans are not yet available, but you can experience the Sony Bravia LX900 HDTV in your local Sony Style Store.