Technology.am (Sept. 10, 2009) — Sony unveiled its latest Bravia HDTV, the XBR10, which handle inputs using separate media receiver, and it sends video to the display wirelessly.
These side-lit LED TVs are going to be available in 42 inch models priced at $4,500 and 52-inch models priced at $5,000 and both are available in October.
Key features of the Sony KDL-XBR10 series include BRAVIA Engine 3, Internet-powered TV guide, 1080p resolution, four HDMI inputs, Sony’s Motionflow 240Hz technology, edge-lit LED backlighting, Quoted contrast ratio of over 1,000,000:1, Yahoo! widgets, and Amazon/ YouTube / Netflix video streaming.
BRAVIA is on the cutting edge of television technology, the XBR10 models feature an Ethernet connection that will allow you to directly access Sony BRAVIA Internet Video content with existing broadband network.