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First Look: Sony's giant 84-inch 4K television

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First Look: Sony's giant 84-inch 4K television

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Sony has announced its first 84-inch television featuring the new 4K resolution. CNET's Ty Pendlebury explains what this means for you.

I am I gonna break cnet.com and I'm here with -- this -- -- television. The XB ER 84 X 900. -- going to be available in stores this year some time. We don't have pricing as yet but that's going to be announced in eight days at -- media. What we're looking at and I it's far is Europe's concerns -- -- 25000. UN not so expecting something very seamless yet so what four K is its and you can -- -- format it's placed on what you see inside the cinemas. What you get -- during 2840. Pixels along here. And 2160. Pixels stand -- -- Now the money -- isn't much for K format. Material available. What you have is a for pay channel on YouTube and you'll also have -- -- that's been released on hod rod which -- well. But sun no -- -- -- format yet out although that is supposedly coming. Now this is an edge lit set which means that the only days or along the side. And it also load a 3-D passive television which means use -- said -- losses. And reduces the resolution for -- one -- -- which is also a new format. This is a stereo TV so you have to speaker -- either side -- -- ten draw the system. And now what makes this a four K television is it actually has an upscaling -- side -- the X reality pro for kite. Which -- -- mobile content for example that you state. Which is 1920 by ten ID content -- -- kind which is a little bit higher and has another up Schuyler to a stylus to port thanks. The lookup the body's help on cnet.com on this new televisions very soon.

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