Thinking of giving Dad something awesome? You can't go wrong with a Sony HD TV! Check out the available models and specs.
Fun Stuff | By Trixie Reyna on June 14, 2015


If you want to give Dad something extra special for Father’s Day next Sunday, June 21, then I think this is the perfect time to get him one of the new Sony Bravia 4K and Full HD TVs with an Android OS. These new models are designed to provide immersive and high-resolution cinematic experience; Dad will definitely thank you for elevating his home movie and sports viewing to greater heights.

Why get Dad the new Bravia Android TVs


Sony Bravia X9000C

The new Bravia 4K models include four new series and eight new models, ranging from 43″ to 75″. The new TVs (X9400C, X9000C, X8500C, X8300C, and Full HD series: W800C) support Google’s latest Android TV operating system 5.0 or Lollipop, that will allow Dad (and the whole family) to easily stream videos, use it as a gaming device, and enjoy enhanced features for a full interactive Android experience.



Google Cast will provide him greater connectivity by enabling him to transfer content (movies he asked his officemates to download or videos of his favorite ball games that he wasn’t able to catch) from his mobile device, so he can enjoy it with stunning clarity and vivid color on his new TV. The Voice Search function, meanwhile, uses voice recognition technology, which will allow him to “speak with” the TV and “ask” for help to find what he needs. Google Play can provide Dad unlimited entertainment options straight from the television.

The latest Android TV operating system offers an intuitive user interface combined with numerous entertainment options for a more immersive viewing experience.



What is 4K Technology?

The new Bravia 4K TVs come with the new 4K Processor X1 that provides advanced clarity, color accuracy, and contrast, which all contribute to a better viewing experience.

The 4K Processor X1 was made to deliver breathtaking picture quality and phenomenal performance where colors burst to life, pictures are transformed with amazing clarity, and contrast is optimized. This is combined with the X-tended Dynamic Range PRO that utilizes a full array of local dimming that produces great contrast and a widening dynamic change.


Just look at how thin the X9000C is!

The X9000C is housed with an Ultra Slim Design that makes it Sony’s thinnest range of TVs with edge-to-edge viewing. Measuring just 4.9mm thin, the X9000C is slimmer than a regular smartphone, similar to a painting you can easily hang on the wall, and allows you to mount the screen with minimal gap. Dad and Mom can enjoy its frameless design that will fit right into any space at home. The X9400C is also made compatible with High-Resolution Audio Playback as a standalone TV where Dad can reportedly enjoy awesome music quality.


Enjoy edge-to-edge viewing on the X9000C!

TVs for HD-loving Dads



The W800C and W700C series reduce unwanted picture noise with its X-Reality PRO technology, ensuring high quality graphics every time. It produces high quality and clearer sound with the ClearAudio+ technology for even better cinematic experience. Dad and Mom will be able to maximize their use of home space with the W’s super slim design, ranging from 32” up to 65”.



Meanwhile, the R series has the same Sony super slim design, equipped with a built-in wireless LAN feature, reducing messy cables while providing hassle-free Wi-Fi connectivity. The R552C and R502C series pack easily accessible entertainment options. With full internet TV support, it allows the family to easily access YouTube, including the latest movies and music videos, and enjoy Opera applications. The R series is available in sizes ranging from 32” to 48”.



Take Dad’s viewing and cinematic experience to a whole new level and upgrade his TV to a new Bravia this Father’s Day.

The new Bravia 4K and Full HD TVs are now available in Sony Centres and authorized dealers. For more information, visit Prices available upon request.

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