Sony has added a new 200Hz LCD TV to its Bravia line-up, with the new unit being thinner and greener.
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This 200Hz TV claims to use Sony’s new Bravia Engine 3, can play movies at 24 frames per second, and supports Bravia Sync and can be connected to a home network with its DLNA feature. It will also come with four HDMI inputs, PC, component, composite and S-video inputs, and will have an Ambient Light Sensor that automatically adjusts the brightness of the picture in accordance with the ambient light.
The Z5500 will also have an Energy Saving Switch that lets you shut off the TV’s power, cutting standby mode power consumption to less than 0.0001W.
Sony Australia’s Product Manager, Visual Display, Jan Ergen said, “Sony has pioneered the ultimate technology for sports lovers – Motionflow – which gives sport and fast moving action the smoothest picture possible. Australia has embraced this technology by making the first Motionflow 200Hz BRAVIA TV the number one selling LCD TV in the country. Thanks to the demand we have received from consumers, we are delivering our second generation 200Hz LCD TV in the coming months.”