It's Sharon Vaknin for CNET.com.
I'm here at CES 2012.
Checking out the Sony Bravia HX 850 HD TV.
Now it's an LED LCD TV with 3D technology.
It's a lot like what we saw last year but the difference is its X-Reality PRO Engine has been improved.
So what we're seeing is an improved algorithm that gives us better motion response and less ghosting.
Now it's not a Google TV but it does have smart TV features like Wi-Fi that gets you access to Yahoo apps for entertainment, weather, sports.
It also gives you access to movies and music.
Now as Sony's flagship product, it features what it calls a monolithic design.
So the bezel is actually flushed with this Corning's Gorilla glass screen.
Sony doesn't have any pricing or availability yet but we'll look up for that in the near future.
For CNET.com I'm Sharon Vaknin.
CNET UK at CES 2012
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