March has just seen Sony release their latest internet ready Televisions. Sony has a great reputation for quality and innovation and these Televisions are no exception. These people have streamlined their offering into 3 ranges – Low, Medium and Higher. This makes it a lot better to understand and work out which TV SET is right for you.
Their mid range appears to me to be the one where you get the most cost effective for your money with a lot of the features from final year’s top end models included in them as standard and for a competitive price.
All 3 models can hook up to your home network using WIRELESS. A small dongle is required (which is included) to make this possible. This means as well as watching content from the internet you can also hook up to your PC and view video clip and pictures stored on it.
From the internet you can hook up to SONY KD-85XD8505, NetFlix, Facebook and the Sony Entertainment Community (with millions of entertainment selections over 36 channels) and more. You can watch all of this in HD as long as your internet connection speed is up to it (recommended speed is 10 mbps). By downloading it widgets you can customize your viewing experience to include news, sport head lines, Facebook, Twitter and more.
If you want to utilize it for gaming you not only get quality images you can also change it over to game mode and the clear images will fit the entire screen – no more annoying black structures.
Sony also have included a Theatre mode for watching films. Utilizing a technology called Sony’s 24p True Cinema technology the viewing experience is now more like watching a movie at the cinema rather than viewing it TV.
A person get to watch all of this in high definition with full 1080p resolution, BORDER LED backlighting and XR240 Motionflow to get clear and fuzzy free images whilst watching fast action. This technology also gives images with more depth.
The SONY KD-85XD8505 World wide web Ready TVs are so that it is a reality for everyone who wants to watch and look at internet over their tv set, something that could only be discussed in the 1990s when the internet was launched. The Volvo Bravia Internet TVs have definitely been worth the wait.