We’ve gone from CRT TVs that weighed a ton and took up way too much space in the living room, to slimmer LCD TVs that got a bump in picture quality with HD resolution, then came Full HD at 1080p, then 2K, and now we have ultra-slim sets that are capable of pushing out 4K content. Where do we go from here? We know RED has 6K cameras that could buy you a decent sized apartment in Metro Manila for its price, but for now 4K TVs are as good as it gets while we wait for the next big thing to hit the market.
Sony seeks to improve 4K picture quality by introducing HDR technology to their BRAVIA line in the X9300D. The New BRAVIA 4K HDR TVs deliver a greater brightness range and higher contrast, and is equipped with Slim Backlight Drive tech that allows X-tended Dynamic Range PRO technology to enhance your viewing experience. The X9300D also has a 4K Processor X1 that reproduces a wider range and accurate color details with the Triluminous Display regardless of how you set your TVs brightness.
The BRAVIA TVs also run on the Android TV system allowing you to take advantage of Internet video services, so you can stream YouTube videos or shows on Netflix directly from the unit. It also has support for Google Cast to let you enjoy content from your mobile devices, whether its running on Android or iOS.
The 4K HDR TV series range from 55-inches to 75-inches and are now available in Sony Centers and Authorized Dealers in the country.