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Sony is trying to make its 4K-capable Bravia TVs more affordable

Sony has announced its pricing on its newest 4K-capable Bravia line of TVs.

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Published Wed, Apr 16 2014 5:39 AM CDT   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT

Sony has announced the pricing for its latest line of Bravia TVs which are 4K-capable, with the entry-level 49-inch model, the XBR-X850B starting off at $2,099.

Sony is trying to make its 4K-capable Bravia TVs more affordable | TweakTown.com

Moving our way from the 49-inch model, we have the 55-inch XBR-X900B priced at $3,999. The 79-inch model will set you back $8,999 and if you have money that you simply need to burn, you can opt for the 85-inch model for $24,999. Each 4K-capable Bravia TV will be shipping in June. Sony's 4K media player, the FMP-X10, will be getting upgraded, but the company hasn't announced pricing on that just yet.

NEWS SOURCE:engadget.com

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