They all feature 1,920x1,080 resolution with 10-bit panels, x.v.Color capability, with some models featuring 120Hz frame rate technology.
The W3000 Series includes 40-inch (KDL-40W3000), 46-inch (KDL-46W3000), and 52-inch models (KDL-52W3000) — all full 1080p HD, with Live Colour Creation technology and WCG-CCFL backlight and 10-bit processing. The HDMI and HD component inputs are compatible with both 1080/60p and 1080/24p sources.
They'll be available in the US from July (52-inch in August).
The XBR4 and XBR5 Series' are available in 40-inch (KDL-40XBR4/XBR5), 46-inch (KDL-46XBR4/XBR5), and 52-inch (KDL-52XBR4/XBR5), and all feature Sony's 120Hz frame rate technology.
The XBR4's feature a glass frame design with a swappable bezel. The XBR5's feature a non-interchangeable piano black bezel.
The XBR ranges will start appearing in August, with the larger models coming in September.
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