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Sony Extends 3D Bravia Range With NX713 and NX813.


Sony Extends 3D Bravia Range With NX713 and NX813.

Sony has announced two new 3D enabled Bravia TVs that will sit at the top of its range - the NX713 and NX813. The NX713 is available in 40in and 46in sizes, while the NX813 is a 55in model only.

Both feature Sony’s striking monolith design with extra slim bezels and concealed touch sensitive controls. The sets also have a new stand that can be angled back by six degrees to provide the perfect viewing angle, and also integrate 2.1 sound.

Both also offer Sony’s Internet Video, which offers access to YouTube and LoveFilm. We were disappointed not to see the LoveFilm service added to the PS3 following the announcements yesterday of other streaming services for the console, so perhaps this is a deliberate ploy from Sony to persuade you to plump for its TV as well as its console.

Also on offer in Internet video are news feed updates from Twitter and Facebook, access to photo-sharing site Flickr and, we are told, the FIFA World Cup Collection, which as well as highlights of 18 tournaments, features the England team standing on a pitch looking at the white round thing called a ball as if they’re never seen one before, set to the continuous soundtrack of high-pitched Vuvuzelas. Probably.

The two TV’s both offer edge LED backlighting, and 3D capability can be added when you want via an optional 3D Sync Transmitter that need to be purchased separately.

The NX713 offers Motionflow 100Hz Pro, while on the NX813 this is upgraded to Motionflow 200Hz Pro, designed to sort out the motion nasties that would otherwise afflict LCD based TVs.

The Bravia NX713 and NX-813 will be available from September, and Sony said it would provide pricing in a few days time. Such a teaser.

Link: Sony UK

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August 19, 2010, 6:05 pm

Is anyone else now as confused as I am by Sony's latest TV ranges and which ones do what?

Nick G

August 19, 2010, 7:35 pm

Sony are shooting themselves in the foot with their lack of updates to internet features. I've been given LoveFilm, iPlayer, Twitter, Facebook (none of which were on it when I bought the set) etc all for free on my mid-range Samsung 37C6530. Sony however, seem to limit these basic features to only the top-end sets and don't seem to be releasing it to older TVs only a year old which are perfectly capable of handing the function.

Chris Beach

August 20, 2010, 4:30 pm

Pity they're edge LED, can't say that should be on any top of the range device. It just doesn't have the picture quality, its style of substance again.

@Ripsnorter, its not just you, Sony have always been terrible at having understandable product ranges. Unfortunatly the other manufactures are following them.


August 23, 2010, 3:45 pm

Being the proud owner of a Pioneer KRP500 TV. I am now very disappointed that there is once again another new must have. 3D TV. Where will it end? My 1 year old TV is "obsolete". I have had 3D TV demonstrated to me, whilst it was very good it wasn't brilliant, and certainly not enough to want me list it as a "must have". After we have all bought 3D TV there will then be another marketing ploy. I can't think what but I am sure they will think of something. From a totally selfish point of view I hope 3D TV doesn't catch on. Well have to wait and see.

Zubair Afzal

December 24, 2010, 5:08 pm

would have been extra nice if you guys ( trusted reviews ) could have reviewd this telly as there was a few of us out here that would have liked to take advantage of the VAT back offer. I guess for me i will know wait to see what CES has installed next year.

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