The Sony Bravia KDL40WE5 is an impressive first stab at creating a "green" LCD, and while picture quality is good you pay a premium for the proprietary backlight.
Typical price: $3,199.00
Sony Australia's first crack at an "eco-conscious" LCD TV, the WE5 cuts power consumption through its new HCFL backlight and a Presence Sensor.
Typical price: $3,799.00
The iPhone 5 completely rebuilds the iPhone on a framework of new features and design, addressing its major previous shortcomings. It's absolutely the best iPhone to date, and it easily secures its place in the top tier of the smartphone universe.
Typical price: $999.00
The Sony Bravia KDL-40EX720 is a decent smart TV that offers a good quality picture, but a spotty feature count for the money.
Typical price: $1,799.00
The Sony Bravia KDL40NX720 is an edge-lit LED television, which features the X-Reality picture processor and on-board 3D playback with two sets of glasses.
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Yet another barnstorming 3D TV from Sony, the Bravia KDL40HX800 is a true all-rounder and demonstrates that LCD can do better blacks than plasma can.
Typical price: $2,799.00
The 40-150mm is a good telephoto lens for interchangeable lens cameras that is incredibly lightweight and pretty sharp.
Typical price: $349.00
With the Sony NX700 LCD television, the company has shown it's ability to boil its best design and performance ideas down into what is arguably its finest Bravia yet.
Typical price: $2,999.00
The Sony Bravia KDL40ZX1 is a beautiful looking television, and while picture quality is generally good it's restrained by a first-gen wireless technology.
Typical price: $7,399.00
The Sony Bravia KDL40E4500 is a competent television at a good price, and features network playback, clean styling and a proficient picture.
Typical price: $2,499.00