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Sony Added BRAVIA HDTV Line with New W-Series
Home Shopping Product Reviews
By: Jennifer Abej Email Article
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A decade ago it was easy to buy a television, since we had limited options. You could have easily bought a new television for your family with a quick trip to your local consumer electronics store. However, things have changed now. In the last few decades, television has undergone some surprising transformations. Today, you have an extensive range of televisions with better picture quality, sound, and sizes. When it comes to the latest innovations in television technology, nothing can beat HDTV.
High-Definition Television, or HDTV, is the highest form of digital television.
It is truly exciting to watch with HDTV. Images are sharp and vivid, colors are more realistic, and scenery breathes with depth and life. Many viewers have described watching HDTV as similar to looking out of a window. If you enjoy watching movies, sporting events, news, documentaries and other programming on your current television, an HDTV will provide you with lots of enjoyment and enhance your viewing experience noticeably.
With HDTV's, it's easy to connect your DVD player and give yourself a richer, more satisfying home-viewing experience. See your DVDs and Blu-ray discs the way they were meant to be seen, with high-fidelity Dolby Surround Sound, wide screen format, rich color, deeper blacks, and sharper images.
What's more: We're in the midst of a national transition from fuzzy old analog TV to crystal-clear HDTV.

Leading Manufacturer, Sony, has released one of their renowned HDTV models, the BRAVIA W-SERIES.

While many of us have our collection of nice electronic-home appliances, most of us can't afford to walk into a store, take a look at a company like Sony's complete line of Bravia media add-ons and walk out with it all. And your conscience might stop you anyway - even if your wallet could take the hit, you know enough to look around at other respectable brands however; you should know that quality has its price. You really can't get high quality without paying a lot.

You will find below the complete features of SONY BRAVIA W-SERIES that will help you decide if this is really the right HDTV brand for your needs.

Motion Flow Technology:
Engineered for fast action, Motionflow 120Hz technology reduces judder often seen in TV shows and movies. Then, Motionflow doubles the frame rate to add clarity to the picture. And blurriness caused by fast action and camera motion is banished with Image Blur Reduction.

Full HD 1080p:
With Bravia W-Series HDTV's, you get widescreen 16:9, 1080p display with optimum resolution - perfect for your favorite shows and sports, and specially designed for Blu-ray Discs and Playstation 3 games. The Bravia Engine fully digital video processing system works with an Advanced Contrast Enhancer to add vibrancy to colors and fine details in shadows and other dark scenes.

Customize Your HDTV:
Sony's unique BRAVIA link modules allow you to customize your HDTV experience in ways you never imagined possible. For starters, you can bring-on-demand web based content and videos right to your living room - movies, news, traffic, weather and many more.

Easy-to-use Menu:
The BRAVIA W-series HDTV's Xross Media Bar makes locating video sources,
settings, and digital photos easy and more fun. Plus, you get up to date, on screen program information with the integrated TV Guide and Interactive program Guide, so it's simple to find and tune in to your favorite shows.

One Touch Simplicity:
BRAVIA Sync frees you from remote control clutter and saves you from the hassle of remembering multiple button functions to access your devices. This convenient one-touch functionality not only turns on your CEC-enabled devices, it access the right input with optimum settings. So, with just one button you can power up your Blu-ray Disc player and BRAVIA HDTV enable appropriate home theater settings and start watching a movie. You can even control your CEC-enable Sony Handycam or camcorder using the
TV's remote and an on-screen display.

Buying a new HDTV is a BIG deal. With prices anywhere from a couple hundred dollars up into the tens of thousands, it's important to do your research. It's significant to find an unbiased source. Although the electronics salesman at your local store is probably a great guy, you can often get some great HDTV deals online; start searching for your ideal HDTV and evaluate them at; here you will find what you are looking for!

Jennifer Abej, Computron Distribution, Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai, U.A.E.

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