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Sony 2015 4K TVs Pricing & Availability Announced

Cutting edge features meet highly keen pricing

by Mark Hodgkinson Apr 1, 2015


  • Sony’s 2015 range of 4K TVs are now available for pre-order in the UK.
    We’ve already had a quick look at their new Bravia range of Android TVs that come with the promise of making viewing even smarter by allowing you to explore a whole range of entertainment possibilities across movies, music, photos, games, search, apps.

    In total there are 13 new 2015 BRAVIA models now available to pre-order online from www.sony.co.uk. First, from the 4K Ultra HD range, the BRAVIA X85C is available in a choice of 55” at £1800, 65” at £2700 or the 75inch for £4500. You can also order the X83C in 49” for £1300. From the Full HD range the BRAVIA W85C, comes with a choice of 65” at £1500, or you can bag the 75-inch for £2500, which we have to say sounds incredibly reasonable.

    Slightly less glamorous are the W80C in 43” for £800 and 50” at £1000 and there’s also the W75C in a choice of 43 or 50-inch at £750 or £950 respectively. Additionally, the W70C comes in a choice of 32-, 40- and 48-inch for £460, £550 and £700.

    Sony will be the first TV manufacturer in the UK to offer YouView built into its Android TV models, with a software update available from summer 2015. YouView offers catch-up services including; BBC iPlayer, 4oD, ITV Player and Demand 5, with a scroll-back 7 day EPG.

    In addition PlayStation Now will be available on all new 2015 BRAVIA Android TV models in the UK, once the service is made available to all UK consumers. When the service becomes widely available PlayStation Now will deliver high quality PlayStation 3 games streamed directly to your Sony BRAVIA, without the need for a console.

    The BRAVIA X85C is the first of the new 4K Ultra HD TV models that will be available in store starting from May 2015. It features the new powerful 4K Processor X1.

    Those prices are not too bad at all! What do you think?

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