Now you can finally pre-order Sony’s newest ultra-slim ultra HD 4K Android TVs, the X900C and X910C
Stephan Jukic – June 22, 2015
After a long spell of anticipation, the latest 4K TVs from Sony’s 2015 lineup are finally available for pre-order for those of you who have some cash to burn and want a truly spectacular new home entertainment system.
The manufacturer has announced the pricing and availability of its new X900C and X910C super-slim Android-powered 4K models for 2015. And they are pretty varied.
Both lines of 4K TVs were first unveiled to the public at CES 2015 in Las Vegas this past Jaunuary and since then, there has been quite a bit of anticipation about finally seeing the release of what are some of the most innovative high-end 4K TVs on sale this year. The X900C in particular was an interesting model due to its ultra-thin screen which sported a thickness of just 0.2 inches, thinner even than many smartphones.
That model in particular is on pre-order availability as of now and should be arriving to market in mid-July. It’s 55 inch version is going to be selling for a more or less reasonable $2,499 while the 65 inch model retails for $3,999.
Then there’s the 75 inch X910C, which is on sale for a budget busting $5,499, but which offers some of the best 4K TV specs available today, with X-Tended Dynamic Range Pro and Sony’s still beautiful and cutting edge Triluminous Display version of quantum dot nano crystal technology. The X910C is a virtually frameless 4K TV with an ultra-thin profile that’s comparable to that of the X900C and it should be available in mid-summer even though Sony hasn’t announced much in the way of specific details.
The features with these new 4K TV sets don’t end with their incredibly minimal physical design. Both the X900C and the X910C also feature the new Sony X1 processor, which offers the best contrast, color and clarity of any Sony TV to date in both HD and 4K resolutions. The TV’s also come with Sony’s well-known X-Reality PRO Picture engine, which is known as one of the best upscaling engines of its kind in the industry.
Finally, both lines of TVs are powered by the new Google Android TV operating system, which select Sony 4K TVs were some of the first to get. The Android TV OS offers a fairly familiar interface while also delivering access to a wide range of content and media apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime Instant video, Hulu and, of course, YouTube. Many of these apps come with their own native 4K content and all should work out of the box with the X900C and X910C both, assuming you have the right level of internet connectivity.
The two new lines of 4K TVs are a welcome addition to the rest of the 2015 Sony 4K TV lineup, which includes the X800 TVs and the X930 and X940C models, with sizes that range between a modest 43 inches to a massive 75 inches. Prices for these earlier 2015 models range just as much as their sizes, from as little as $1300 all the way to $8000.
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