Sony Insider put the spotlight on the new BRAVIA NX800 HDTV series which features Sony's sleek "monolithic design" with six-degree tilt, Edge LED backlight, and BRAVIA Engine 3 video processor. The 46″ BRAVIA KDL-46NX800 ($2299.99), 52″ BRAVIA KDL-52NX800 ($2799.99), and the huge 60″ BRAVIA KDL-60NX800 ($3499.99) TVs each boast 240hz Motion Flow technology for smooth, crisp images, and they include integrated BRAVIA Internet Video and widgets, built-in Wi-Fi, a USB input, LightSensor technology and an Energy Saving Switch. Apparently, that slick metallic stand is sold separately, and only for the 46″ and 52″ NX800 models. Now if you're waiting for 3D televisions, be aware that the Sony Bravia NX800 is 3D capable with the a TMR-BR100 3D emitter for active shutter glasses, which will also be sold separately.
Also styled with Sony's monolithic design, the Edge LED backlit BRAVIA NX700 Series HDTV
are available as the 40″ BRAVIA KDL-40NX700
($1599.99) and the 46″ BRAVIA KDL-46NX700 ($1999.99). These are fitted with Motionflow 120Hz
refresh rate technology, BRAVIA Engine 3 video processor, and the same integrated BRAVIA
Internet Video and Widgets, built-in Wi-Fi, a USB input and LightSensor
technology found on the
Sony USA President/COO Stan Glasgow introduced the BRAVIA NX series at CES 2010 in the video below: