Sony KDL-65W850A 65-Inch LED TV Launched

Sony has been very busy at this years IFA show in Berlin, and have announced a number of new products including a curved LED TV, and new 4K ultra HDTVs.

Along with these announcements, Sony also took the wraps off of the Sony W850A series, which consists solely of the 65-inch Sony KDL-65W850A.

The Sony Sony 5W850A looks to have a very similar design to the W9 series announced at CES earlier this year, and it also features a Full HD 1080p LED LCD panel. The W9 series caps out at 55-inches, so this will be great news for someone who has been eying the W9 series, but longing for a larger model.

Along with a sleek design and thin frame, it has a similar base to the W9. It also features Sony’s top of the line Triluminos panel / technology which makes use of a wider color palette, offering more true reds and more natural colors.

Sony KDL-65W850A

Sony KDL-65W850A

It is powered by Sony’s X-Reality Pro processor, and features Sony’s latest Smart TV Internet platform through the Sony Entertainment network. The 65W850A also features NFC allowing Xperia devices to be easily paired, along with wireless Miracast streaming and TV SideView support.

kdl 65w855aSony hasn’t slacked in the audio department for the W85 series either, and have featured with with Sony’s signal to sound architecture with digitals processing, along with a Bass Reflex speaker system which has three separate driver units.

The Sony KDL-65W850A will be available in the U.S and Europe from October 2013 for $2,999. In Europe and the UK it will be known as the Sony KDL-65W855A.

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