Sony has recently announced the specifications of their new 3D enabled LED TVs, the NX813 and NX713. Both these models are slated to release in late 2010. For the extra dimensional experience, both Full HD screens need a 3D sync transmitter along with 3D glasses. These TVs are excellent options for consumers who are looking forward to future proof their TV screens and possibly watch 3D in the later date.
Featuring the ‘Monolithic’ design of Sony, both screens restore the understated elegance that Sony does quite well. Both these models also get a wireless connectivity to access ‘Bravia Internet Video’, Sony’s online entertainment portal.
Technology used in Sony’s 3D enabled TV
Both NX813 and NX713 3D enabled TV screens from Sony feature a more stylish ‘Edge’ based implementation of the LED technology. While the NX713 features 100Hz Motion Flow implementation, the NX813 gets a 200Hz implementation.
With a combination of high end features of a classic style, Sony is hoping to give a competition to Samsung and Panasonic’s 3D TV sales. While Samsung have cornered the television market with their ultra slim offerings, Panasonic has produced what it is generally known as the best 3D TV presently available in the TX-P50VT20.
If you are planning to get a new flat panel TV for your home, you should also consider getting a TV bracket to firmly secure it on a wall.