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Sony Bravia EX710 HDTV hit Japan

Monday, September 6th, 2010 | Gadget, LCD TV

Sony has upgrade they Bravia EX700 series, now they ready for Sony Bravia EX710.

The younger model (EX710) has smaller bezel that can be created more streamline design and minimalistic look.

Sony Bravia EX710 HDTV hit Japan

The Sony HDTV has 1920 x 1080p panel, edge-lit LED backlighting, and a Motionflow 120Hz processing. The great features is planted in this new model, it is a Presence Sensor that will automatically turn off the picture when you leave the room. Beside a zero-watt Energy Saving Switch and an Ambient Sensor that adjust the best brightness level for you.

For Your Information, they include four HDMI inputs, a USB port, and a PC input. The Sony Bravia KDL-32EX710 and KDL-40EX710 are now available in Japan for 140,000 Yen and 170,000 Yen.


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