Sony announced the launch of some more 4K Ultra HD TVs over the weekend, extending their range with the X830C, X850C and X900C, X910C, X930C and X940C TVs, all of which are available to pre-order from today, and will begin with shipping from next month.

However the Sony X900C and the X910C won’t be available until this summer.

Sony says that the screen sizes for these displays will start at 43 inches, featuring an X1 processor engine inside.


The X930C and X940C in particular will also be compatible with Sony’s new High Dynamic Range technology, allowing for viewing of HDR content right from the TV.

“HDR is an emerging video format that can display a wider range of brightness levels which will allow content creators, such as movie directors, to expand their range of creativity. HDR content will be available from major video service providers like Amazon and Netflix this year.

With Sony’s unique technology, X-tended Dynamic Range™ PRO (75-inch model) and X-tended Dynamic Range (65-inch model), customers can enjoy a peak brightness of LED as well as deeper blacks, providing them with a superior viewing experience compared to that of normal HDR video sources as well as any other video source.”

You can find out more about all of the TVs at the source link below.

The Sony Bravia X930C will start at £2600 for the 55-inch model and go up to £4,000 for the 65-inch while the X940C will cost £7,500 for 75 inches, both are also available to pre-order today for shipping in May.

Source: Sony

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