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Sony Singapore Introduces New BRAVIA NX and EX series


Sony has introduced three new models from the 2010 BRAVIA series in Singapore – BRAVIA NX700, BRAVIA NX800 and BRAVIA EX700. All three edge-lit LED HDTVs come with Monolithic Design and are Full High-Definition (HD) capable.

The new BRAVIA NX series uses Edge LED backlight technology, is Wi-fi integrated, and features Motionflow 100Hz technology for smoother pictures.

Also equipped in the BRAVIA NX series is the new BRAVIA Internet Video and BRAVIA Internet Widgets – for a more comprehensive entertainment experience. You can now stream your favourite YoutubeTM videos direct onto your BRAVIA NX HDTV, or check on the latest headlines just with simple clicks on your remote.

The 40-inch BRAVIA NX700 and NX800 series is now available at all Sony authorised dealers at S$2,999 and S$3,599 respectively.

**Bunchin stand not included

For the eco-conscious, the new full HD BRAVIA EX700 series is packed with eco features such as:

– Edge LED Backlight : for a more efficient light transmission process and lower power consumption while not compromising on picture quality
– Presence Sensor: Helps reduces power consumption of up to 50% when it cannot detect anybody within range
– Energy Saving Switch: Helps stop electricity leakage without having to unplug AC cord; and cut standby mode power consumption to practically 0W.
– Ambient Sensor: Helps detect colour temperature of surrounding (due to sunlight or fluorescent lighting) and adjusts image contrast accordingly

The new 46-inch BRAVIA EX700 series is also equipped with BRAVIA Internet Video and BRAVIA Engine 3 which helps reproduces pictures with higher contrast and amazing clarity.

The KDL-46EX700 is now available in all Sony authorised dealers at S$2,999.

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