60 Inch BRAVIA KDL-60NX800. Is this the coolest looking TV ever … I think so. Look at the awesome metal stand ( sold separately ). Sony has been getting some negative press. A lot of people think that the technology world has passed them by, and Sony has rested on their laurels. I think this is a hearty answer to those critics.
Here is what Sony Insider had to say:
Designed to create a remarkable sense of space, the BRAVIA NX800 HDTV features a stunning monolithic design and innovative six-degree tilt, so you can position your TV at lower levels for a more comfortable and enjoyable viewing experience. An Edge LED backlight and BRAVIA Engine 3 video processor delivers superior, life-like image with amazing contrast and color. Fast moving images will never look smoother either with incredible 240hz Motion Flow technology, which delivers an unbelievably smooth, crisp and fluid picture. Furthermore, break away from the norm with attractive features such as integrated BRAVIA Internet Video and widgets, built-in Wi-Fi, a USB input, LightSensor technology and Energy Saving Switch round out the feature set. There are three NX800 models available – 46? BRAVIA KDL-46NX800, 52? BRAVIA KDL-52NX800, and the mammoth 60? BRAVIA KDL-60NX800. Unfortunately, the metallic stand is sold separately and seems to be only available for the 46? and 52? NX800 models – we think they should have just included it in the package.
Featuring a stunning monolithic design with a unique six-degree tilt option, the Edge LED backlit BRAVIA NX700 Series HDTV creates a remarkable sense of space by allowing you to position the TV at lower levels for a more comfortable viewing experience. Motionflow 120Hz refresh rate technology delivers smooth motion detail in fast-paced scenes while BRAVIA Engine 3 video processor produces superior, life-like image with amazing contrast and color. Integrated BRAVIA Internet Video and Widgets, built-in Wi-Fi, a USB input and LightSensor technology round out the feature set. There are two NX700 models available – 40? BRAVIA KDL-40NX700 and the 46? BRAVIA KDL-46NX700. The metallic stand is sold separately and is available for both models.
Plasma TV’s will rule this Christmas. On Black Friday, everyone was out to get the new gadget, and what they found was that plasma TV’s are getting cheaper. They are getting smaller, and bigger. They are getting more high tech. You can get a Touch Screen Computer Screens . I think 2 Christmas’s ago it was the year of the camera with individual professional print deck. Kodak’s stock went up a good bit due to the Christmas boom.
I predict that this will be the year of the plasma TV.
$135k Goldmund’s Eidos Reference Blue Blu-ray Player. The next time you complain about the price of anything, just remember this, there is a Blu-ray player that costs $135k! If that is not crazy enough, then you also have to think that there is a market for people looking for $135k Blu-ray players.
Take a closer look at it. It is suspended in air by 4 springs. It was HAND MADE with 66 pounds of brass, aluminum and various electronics. It comes with it’s own custom table.
They are only making 50, so act now… then I am sure they will make another 50. Hello! They are selling for $135k. ( when they start to make 3D Blu-ray movies, will this be compatible? Me thinks not. That is in the near future. )
46-inch 3D LCD HDTV, JVC ,GD-463D10. Here is the kicker with this bad boy. It does not have a tuner, like its sister 32-inch LED-backlit HDTV LT-32WX50, so it is basically a 42 inch 3D Monitor. How sweet is that? They are only 1 1/2 inches thick just in case you have to put you TV in a space that 3 inches wide just could not fit.