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The Sony XBR-HX929 is Sony's flagship television for 2011, and the only one to feature local dimming from a full-array LED backlight.
The KDL-HX820 series is Sony's second best TV for 2011 announced at CES.
Sony's KDL-NX720 series is the company's least expensive to feature the company's sleek Monolithic design, which now incorporates Gorilla Glass.
The EX720 series, available in February, has an edge-lit LED backlight (no local dimming) and is Sony's least expensive series with 3D. Here are the specs:
The EX620 series, also shipping in Februuary, loses 3D and 240Hz but is otherwise similar to the EX720.
The EX520 models (February) don't offer 120Hz or dejudder, but are otherwise similar to the EX620. They're also Sony's least expensive line to get Internet video functionality and an LED backlight.
One of two series with a standard, CCFL backlight as opposed to LED, the BX420 (February) models count 1080p resolution as their sole step-up feature.
The small, entry-level BX320 models get 720p resolution.