Sony BRAVIA 3D TVs NX720, HX820 & HX929 Series: Prices & Release

News of new TVs is coming thick and fast at the moment and in recent days we’ve given you news of some of the new Vizio Theater 3D TVs and also two new LG Infinia 3D TVs with pricing. Now we have more TV news for you and this time it’s for some Sony 3D TVs, the NX720, HX820 and HX929 series, again with prices and all with a release in May.

These sets are available to pre-order now and our details came from Donald Melanson over on Engadget, sourced from Amazon. You can click on any of the sizes to go straight to the Amazon product page for it. First off in the NX720 series is the 46-inch (KDL-46NX720) with a price of $2099 and then the 55-inch (KDL-55NX720) at $2899, followed by the 60-inch (KDL-60NX720) at $3499. This range has built-in WiFi, Dynamic Edge LED backlight with local dimming and a sleek design featuring edge-to-edge Gorilla glass. They also feature Wireless BRAVIA Internet TV.

Moving on to the HX820 series we have news on two sizes, the first is the 46-inch (KDL-46HX820) priced at $2,599 and there’s the 55-inch (KDL-55HX820) at $3,399. This range is also LED backlit with full HD 1080p OptiContrast Panel also with Gorilla Glass and Wireless BRAVIA Internet TV. They also have Sony’s X-Reality PRO for optimal color.

The final two are the HX929 series and there’s the 46-inch (XBR-46HX929) at $2,999 and also the 55-inch (XBR-55HX929) priced at $3,799. These are also LED backlit with OptiContrast Panel and Gorilla Glass and also feature Wireless BRAVIA Internet TV. They also have Motionflow XR 960 technology for smooth fast-action video and Sony’s X-Reality PRO.

You can also head to the Sony website here where you can sign up for notification for some of these TVs so you’ll hear when they become available. What do you think about this new range of Sony TVs and their pricing? Let us know with your comments.

  • Bob Smith

    After being stuck with a 32 inch TV from 10 years ago I’m blown away by this HD big screen! Absolutely beautiful picture and it even looks good just hanging on the wall. I haven’t come close to using all the features but am very pleased with what I have figured out so far. The 120MHZ refresh rate is important to have when watching sports on ESPN or the NFL network. The user interface was very easy to navigate when setting up the TV and in total it took me about 10 minutes after plugging it in and turning it on to have everything configured (DISH HD satellite system, Blu-ray, PS3, etc). A big reason why I decided on this TV instead of the others is because a co-worker from DISH recommended this TV to me. I’ve wanted such a TV for years and am satisfied with what I now have.