The Sony Bravia KDL-55HX750 is a conservatively styled, conservatively designed TV that does a good job generally, but is not the best for 3D.
Typical price: $2,999.00
The Sony HX750 series isn't the headliner that you'd expect it to be with a performance which isn't up to the level of the asking price.
The Sony HX750 series isn't the headliner that you'd expect it to be with a performance that isn't up to the level of the asking price.
Sony's HX750 offers the company's edge-lit with local dimming for what should be a competitive price.
With its one-sheet-of-glass design, the Sony Bravia KDL-55HX850 offers rather good 3D, excellent 2D and a good range of network smarts.
Typical price: $3,499.00
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Sony only announced three series of LED TVs at CES 2012, and two of them are 3D compatible. The EX640 series is the third.
The flagship Sony HX850 series lacks the full-array dimming of last year's XBR929 series, relying on an edge-lit LED configuration instead.
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The Sony HX850 is a seriously good LCD, and unless there are some surprises in the next months it could walk away with the top prize at the end of the year.