Sony Flog Free PS4 with TV's

Written by Oonagh Reidy     15/05/2014 | 14:39 | Category: TVS & LARGE DISPLAY

Sony who pioneered the concept of giving away gaming consoles with a TV resulting in a big lift in sales, is now giving away a PS4 with their new TV range.

Sony Flog Free PS4 with TV's

Sony Australia, an official partner of FIFA World Cup Brazil is running a promo, called Score Twice. 

They are selling BRAVIA 4K and Full HD TVs with a free PS4, worth $549. The TV's start at $2299 to $6999. 

The offer is available to the first 9,000 eligible customers between 15th May - 29th June 2014. Sony has just released an army of new TVs - over ten models from 49 to 85-inch screens.

The cheapest set under the promo is 55" Full HD LED TV (W800B) at $ 2,299, 70" and 60" W850B/ W950B 55" are eligible, selling for under $4000, all on sale now. These Bravia's have Full HD LED LCD TV's, Wi-Fi and 3D. 

Announced in CES in January, the 4K Bravia's have X-Reality Pro Up-scaling which upscale other content to 4K. 

The two 4K Ultra HD sets cost $4999 and $6999, with four times the resolution of a Full HD TV and will launch at the end of May. 

Sony also made a mammoth 79" and 85" 4K Bravia coming late July, no price available yet. 

There's also a new 32" (RRP $749) and 40" TV's for $999 but no free console. 

Sony's new TV's also boasts 'Live Football Mode' that auto adjusts audio from the game to mimic stadium sound, making you feel like you're watching the Socceroos live in Brazil. 

By pressing the 'Football' button on your remote pulls up news and videos from the 2014 FIFA World Cup and YouTube football related footage.

Selected models have a "Peak Design" shape with a large speaker blasting out powerful sound. This design also increases stability of the TV as sets become larger but thinner.

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