Sony 4K Video Store

Sony launches Video Unlimited 4K store with 70 movies and TV shows already available

By on September 4, 2013 at 11:30 PM.

Sony launches Video Unlimited 4K store with 70 movies and TV shows already available

Coinciding with the many announcements Sony made on Wednesday at IFA 2013 about Ultra HD TVs and projectors, the company has launched Video Unlimited 4K, a video store featuring Ultra HD content to rent or buy. The 4K video store can be accessed on Sony’s 4K Ultra HD Media Player and currently offers over 70 movies and TV shows, including AMC’s Breaking Bad. 24-hour rentals for TV shows will cost $3.99, movie rentals will be $7.99, and buying a movie outright will cost $29.99. The library should grow to over 100 titles by the end of 2013. Sony’s official press release follows below. More →

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Sony 84-inch 4K TV

Sony will give free 4K content that isn’t ‘goofy’ to everyone who buys its $25,000 4K TV

By on November 20, 2012 at 7:57 PM.

Sony will give free 4K content that isn’t ‘goofy’ to everyone who buys its $25,000 4K TV

If you’re one of the few privileged enough to be able to afford Sony’s (SNE$25,000 84-inch 4K resolution LED TV, you can probably buy a few 4K resolution cameras and go to town filming your cat in Ultra High Definition. With over 8 million pixels to push, Sony’s 4K TV looks superb if the content is running at full 3,840 x 2,160 resolution. Of course, the price tag isn’t the only drawback for Sony’s 4K TVs — the lack of native 4K content. More →

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Sony’s 84-inch LED TV with 4K resolution costs $24,999, ships in November

By on September 6, 2012 at 11:35 PM.

Sony’s 84-inch LED TV with 4K resolution costs $24,999, ships in November

Sony 84-inch XBR-84X900 4K TV Price

As if there was any doubt Sony’s (SNE) giant 84-inch 4K resolution LED TV would be expensive, Sony has finally priced its upcoming XBR-84X900 TV. The flat screen with a whopping 3840 x 2160-pixel resolution and integrated speakers will sell for $24,999. While Sony will start taking preorders for the TV beginning Thursday, September 6th, it won’t actually be available until November. Early adopters can find demo units at select Sony stores before deciding if 4K is worth the investment. Beyond the TV’s ability to scale 1080p content to 4K resolution, the XBR-84X900 also has SimulView (two-player gaming without split screens), full 3D with passive 3D glasses and large library of apps, videos and music services expected from a high-end HDTV. Sony’s full press release follows below.

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