Sony's high-end LCDs get picture upgrades, Dolby Vision HDR
Here you're looking at Sony's new LCD TVs for 2017.
The 65 inch is the X930E Series, and the 75 inch here, a little bit bigger, is the X940E Series.
The sets have very similar specifications.
The smaller one uses an edge lit local dimming format, while the larger one uses Full array local dimming.
Usually full array give a little better picture quality than our test last year.
The predecessor was an excellent performer too.
New for this year, Sony's added Dolby vision.
Which is one of two major HDR formats.
You can now get even more HDR content on to these televisions.
The sets also include the triluminos color.
For improved color, according to Sony.
And in terms of picture quality, [UNKNOWN] includes Dolby Vision which is one of the two major HDR formats that it allows it to play back a lot of the content out there from Netflix and Amazon in the highest picture quality available.
It'll also work with upcoming 4K Okay, Blu-ray players that have Dolby vision desks.
And of course, it works with standard HDR 10 HDR compatibility.
So Sony says it has improved the image quality of sets over last year, increasing the brightness and also making the black level a little bit better.
We'll check that out when we get them into the lab.
The armpit's quality sets include compatible with Google Home this year which mean you can actually talk in to that home speaker.
And have the TV do things like and even find things on Netflix.
It said it's also powered by Sony's Android TV operating system, so you get all the apps that are found and even more than most competing TVs like LG and Samsung.
All told and can be connect an external box to watch all those Just having cnet connect to the internet should be enough.
So announce pricing on the X930E or X40E we expect to get that soon in the mean time check cnet for updates