Sony adds to Bravia 3D TV range for 2010NX713 and NX813 internet-connected Sony 3D TVs
19 August 2010
Sony has announced the latest models in its 3D TV line up, the Bravia NX713 and NX813.
Both models feature full high-definition 3D features but you'll need to add a 3D sync transmitter and glasses to watch in 3D.
The new models will be available from September, and follow the launch of the first 3D TV from Sony in June this year. Pricing is yet to be announced.
We put the first 3D TV from Sony head-to-head with 3D models from Samsung, Panasonic and LG in our first 3D TV viewing test. Find out how the Sony Bravia KDL-40HX803 performed in the best 3D TV review.
Sony Bravia 3D TVs NX713 and NX813
The NX713 has a 46" screen while the NX813 comes with a larger 55" screen. For viewers that want to watch in 2D both models offer high definition (HD) quality on a LED backlit screen.
If you want to watch in 3D you need to add a 3D sync transmitter, costing around £50, and glasses to be able to view 3D footage. Viewers will also need 3D content to watch. Sony claims there is a increasing variety available from new 3D cable and satellite channels and even 3D games.
According to Sony, each model has an elegant design with slim screens and concealed, touch sensitive controls.
Want a new TV but not sure how to find the right model? Get help and advice on how to choose the best TV in our video buyers guide.
Bravia online on-demand video
Sony Bravia's Internet Video application allows viewers to access online content without the need for a PC. As long as they have a broadband internet connection users will be able to watch catch-up TV on sites such as YouTube, and stream films from LoveFilm.
It is also possible to view updates from sites like Twitter and Facebook, plus photos from Flickr, on the TV screen.
We'll be putting these models through our lab tests as soon as they go on sale so keep an eye on the Which? TV reviews to see how they compare.
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