Friday, May 15, 2009

Sony launches the world's thinnest television

Sony has released the latest LCD TV - the 40 inch Bravia ZX1. It is claimed to be the world’s slimmest LCD TV, which is just 9.9 mm thick and weighs around 15 kgs. It is equipped with many technologies that contribute to its quality images and bring forth the best digital experience. It is based on the Bravia Engine 2, which is surrounded by the Edge LED technology, Motionflow 100Hz, and Image Blur reduction. It comes with a full HD resolution of
1920 x 1080 pixels. It has a glossy black bezel and screen.

Equipped with the usual Bravia features like Colour Creation, 24p Cinema, Xross media bar, and Bravia Theatre Sync., it has audio enhancement features such as digital amplifier, S-Force Surround, voice zoom, Dolby digital plus and others. It has two integrated speakers and a woofer. These deliver a net output power of 20 watts. The woofer takes up 10 watts while each speaker takes up 5 watts.

The main feature of the Bravia is Wireless HD as it allows the benefit of viewing full HD quality images without cluttered wires and cables. With the help of wireless technology, users can make the most of the media library that can be located anywhere in the house. The signals are received via the HD media receiver. This is established with the help of high speed wireless connection and RF technology. The Bravia ZX1 has four independent HDMI inputs, a PC input, composite inputs, component inputs, USB connection, and a SCART input which is RBG compatible. Currently, there is no price point attached to the Bravia ZX1.

This LCD TV consumes less power than a light bulb!!!!!!!