In the latest of the releases of the 3D TV, Sony has launched its Sony Bravia HX803 that went on sale in the UK on Friday. The new Sony will only be available in 40″ and 46″ but boasts a lot of bonus features other than the 3D itself.
There will be two Sony 3D TVs available from this Friday in total (although there is still the higher end HX903 range to come): the Sony KDL-40HX803 and Sony KDL-40HX803. These are full 1080p models with local dimming edge LED backlighting, Motionflow 200Hz Pro-motion enhancement tech, Freeview HD tuners, Bravia Internet Video, DLNA and four HDMIs.
All of which looks mighty impressive on paper. Of course the headlining feature of these TVs is their 3D active shutter technology, which works with special glasses to deliver 3D images.
There will be two Sony 3D TVs available from this Friday in total (although there is still the higherlu-Reay player called the Sony BDV-E370, and it appers that there will be a lot of 3D content on the way from major TV providers including Sky and Virgin.