2013 Sony TV Pricing

Following shortly behind Samsung and Panasonic, Sony have announced their pricing on their latest 2013 HDTV models.

Pricing has been revealed for the whole lineup, with the exception of the new smaller 65-inch and 55-inch 4K Ultra HD X900 series models.

Sony say that we can expect to see the new models hitting the stores in the next few weeks, both in the U.S and Europe.

While Sony didn’t release the prices on the new X900 Ultra HD 4K models, which have gained a lot of interested, they did say that they will be available in June. I suspect that Sony is keeping a close eye on LG, and their pricing for their new smaller 4K Ultra HD models.

Sony’s current 84-inch 4K Ultra HD TV costs $25,000, so there has been much interested in just how much these smaller models will cost. But for now, we’re glad to be able to bring you pricing for all the other new 2013 Sony TV models.

The 55-inch W900 series, is the only model, apart from the 4K X900’s, to feature Triluminos technology, and will cost $3,299.   You can also pick up a huge 70-inch 2013 Sony HDTV for just over $3,000.

The cheapest model is the the R400, which  is only available in 32-inches, and has a 720p resolution.

Update:  4K Ultra HD Models (Sony X900 Series) added.

  • XBR-55X900A | 55-inch, 4K Ultra HD, $4,999
  • XBR-65X900A | 65-inch, 4K Ultra HD, $6,999
  • KDL55W900A | 55-inch, $3,299
  • KDL55W802A | 55-inch, $2,399
  • KDL47W802A | 47-inch, $1,799
  • KDL32W650A | 32-inch, $799
  • KDL70R550A | 70-inch, $3,199
  • KDL60R550A | 60-inch, $2,099
  • KDL50R550A | 50-inch, $1,399
  • KDL70R520A | 70-inch, $3,099
  • KDL60R520A | 60-inch, $1,099
  • KDL46R453A | 46-inch, $849
  • KDL40R450A | 40-inch,$ 599
  • KDL32R400A | 32-inch, $399

Be sure to view our Sony 2013 TV lineup article for our full writeup, information and photos, along with our Sony comparison chart for exact specifications and features.

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One Response to “2013 Sony TV Pricing”

  1. Will this model KDL47W802A be available in Mexico?