Sony used the CES 2013 to announce the arrival of two new TV models to its serie of devices with 4k resolution. Called Bravia XBR-65X900A and XBR-55X900A, both models have quite similar characteristics. Highlights include the presence of the transmission of 3D images liability, the stylish side lighting by LEDs and Sony's proprietary technology for processing images in 4k, called X-Reality Pro, devices also brings compatibility with smartphones and tablets via Wi-Fi Direct. With the feature you are able to control what's on TV directly through the interface of your portable device.
The big news, however, is the fact that for these new models of Bravia series will hit the market in smaller size, a trend that has been confirmed at CES 2013. The idea is that the devices are available in sizes should range between 32 and 70 inches.
With this, Sony (and other companies) seek to leverage the sale of 4k appliances that due to the large dimensions of the current models and (mostly) the high price of aggregate models for sale, has not fallen in the taste of the normal customers. The new Bravia should hit North American stores in the spring, ie, in the first half of 2013. Prices for the devices have not been confirmed by the company.