If you are ready for the one of the vital extremely anticipated TVs thatto grow to be out there on the market, I’ve received some excellent news.
Sony’s XBR-X900F sequence, successor to theI favored a lot final yr, ought to arrive later this month. It’s the primary main 2018 TV to get pricing and availability particulars, and I anticipate it to be .
Sony additionally introduced pricing for the step-down X850F sequence, a TV that was absent from its CES bulletins. Here’s the news.
Sony 2018 LCD TV pricing
The unhealthy information? As common for brand spanking new TVs early within the yr, costs are actually excessive in comparison with final yr’s fashions. The 2017 X900E prices $1,700 for the 65-inch dimension, and I am going to eat my hat if it is considerably worse than the 2018 X900F. Better but, you will get afor $2,600 — and I am going to eat your hat too if the LG is not a a lot higher-performance TV.
The good play, as at all times, is to attend till Black Friday and later for the very best value. By then I anticipate the F to be simply as low cost because the E was in 2017: $1,500 for the 65-inch, a financial savings of $800 in comparison with the worth introduced right here.
The new X900F improves upon its predecessor withcompatibility through a firmware replace coming later within the yr. There’s higher video processing as properly, courtesy of the identical X1 Extreme processor present in higher-end fashions such because the . And there is a new Precision Clarity mode that reinforces movement decision by making use of solely the place it is wanted on the display screen, which is claimed to get rid of the sparkle and dimness evinced by related modes in previous units.
Meanwhile the X850F seems just like the 2017 X850E, which we did not assessment. It lacks the, Dolby Vision and processing of the X900F, however does embrace the identical Android TV system, full with Google Assistant.
At CES Sony confirmed an 85-inch model of the X900F, however its pricing and availability weren’t included within the announcement. The similar goes for its new OLED TV, the A8F.