by Leo Jakobson | November 04, 2014
When it comes to the top of the television heap these days, the biggest and best are the new 4k high-definition TVs announced at the Consumer Electronics Show at the beginning of the year. They have started becoming available in the last few months.

Sony Electronics' new BRAVIA 4K Ultra HD TV line offers a screen resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 -- double the pixels of a full HDTV's 1,920 x 1,080 in each dimension -- for a screen with four times the number of pixels. That means natural details are depicted in fuller, richer color with even more contrast and realism.

Sony's 4K TVs use its 4K X Reality Pro picture engine to upscale HD content to 4K; TRILUMINOS displays with a wide color spectrum for lifelike color, a heightened sense of depth, and accurate shading; and X-tended Dynamic Range PRO technology for better brightness and deeper blacks. In addition, Sony's ClearAudio+ digital signal processing offers improved high-quality audio.

Sony has three lines of 4K TVs. The X850B's range in size from 49 to 70 inches, and retail for $1,499.99 to $3,999.99. The X900B line ranges from 55 to 79 inches and retail for $2,799.99 to $7,999.99. The flagship X950B 4K Ultra HD televisions are available in a 65-inch model for $6,999.99 and a massive 85-inch model for $24,999.99.

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