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Sony updates BRAVIA 4K display range with six new models

Duncan Proctor 20 April 2016
Sony updates BRAVIA 4K display range with six new models

Sony has introduced six BRAVIA 4K professional displays to replace several models from its current range. The new line-up includes 43in, 49in, 55in, 65in, 75in, 85in models, all with 17/7 operation and configured for landscape and portrait orientation.

All displays are compatible with HDR and feature Triluminos display technology for improved picture quality and advanced professional features.

The new models include 16Gb storage memory and an X1 processor. This increase in processing power makes it easier for businesses to deliver critical real-time messaging to audiences.

The six new models are designed primarily for digital signage as well as the corporate and security markets. They include Sony’s TDM Digital Signage feature, which provides users with the tools to create interactive and action-based signage.

“Building on the success of our industry leading B2B displays, we’re thrilled to announce our new BRAVIA models, offering the unique benefits of detailed, crystal clear picture quality coupled with flexible and reliable professional features. These new 4K displays equip businesses and organisations with the powerful tools needed to make an impression and captivate audiences, through impactful imagery, with the added benefits of cost and energy savings,” said Thomas Issa, product manager for B2B Displays at Sony Professional Solutions Europe.

“We intend to keep our position as a market leader in B2B, and the best way to do this is to continue to listen to our customers and develop solutions that anticipate their needs, as we have done successfully over the past three years. Sony’s strategy is the most unique on the market, always placing ultimate value at the forefront of our offering.”

The new 75in model is available now; the 55in, 65in and 85in will be launched in May and the 43in and 49in models during the summer 2016.

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