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Sony's new Android-powered 4K TVs will be available this May
Sony introduced its 2015 lineup of Android TV-powered 4K televisions back at CES 2015, and now the company has finally released pricing and availability information for most of its new television sets. Backed by the new 4K Processor X1, the TVs range in size anywhere from 43 to 75 inches and cost up to $8,000.
The majority of Sony’s televisions will go on sale to the public in May and are available for pre-order from today. The X830C (available in 43 and 49-inch versions) will be available for $1,299.99 and $1,599.99, respectively. The X850C is available in 55, 65 and 75-inch variants and will cost $2,199.99, $3,499.99 and $4,999.99. The 65-inch X930C and 75-inch X940C series will be available for $4,499.99 and $7,999.99, respectively.
At CES, we got a first-hand look at the 65-inch Sony X900C and 43-inch X830C televisions. Measuring less than 5mm thick, the X900C will ship later this summer in both 65 and 55-inch versions. The X910C will also ship at the same time in a 75-inch version, although no pricing information has been revealed for any of these sets yet. Take a look at the video below for our first impressions.
It’s clear that these televisions are top-of-the-line products, but how do you feel about the price? Would you pick one of these up for yourself? Let us know what you think.