Sony Ultra-Thin KLV-40ZX1M and 240Hz KDL-52XBR7 LCD HDTVs Getting Official US Release

Just like we spied earlier today, Sony's two baddest IFA LCD TVs—the 9.9mm-thin KLV-40ZX1M LCD (above) and the 200Hz Motionflow Z4500 (below, known as the KDL-52XBR7 at 240Hz here in the US, due to our 30fps broadcasts vs. Europe's 25fps)—are both getting an official US rollout here at CEDIA. Jesus got a chance to… » 9/03/08 7:00pm 9/03/08 7:00pm

CEDIA 2008 Infiltrated: Booths Under Construction, A Few Tidbits Already Powered Up

We snuck in (or casually moseyed in, actually) to CEDIA's main show floor, which is still being set up for tomorrow's opening, and we've learned a few things in advance of any announcements.Sony's Motionflow wall which was in the process of being powered up had a 240Hz set like the 200Hz Bravia we saw at IFA » 9/03/08 3:55pm 9/03/08 3:55pm (240Hz…

Sony ZX1 9.9mm-Thick TV Gives Me a Large Hadron Collider Right in My Pants

I just had a hands-on and ears-on and pants-in with the Sony KDL-40ZX1 » 8/28/08 8:00am 8/28/08 8:00am, which I declare as the first official superdupercool product to come out at IFA 2008. The 9.9mm screen picture quality is really amazing, crisp, and ultra-light. The design, while it's not OLED thin, is the best I've seen on any TV so far, sleek,…

Sony's KDL-40ZX1, a 40-inch LCD HDTV Only 9.9mm Thin

Sony Japan's ZX1 series 40-inch display is only 9.9mm thick at its narrowest, and 26 pounds. The display itself has only 1 HDMI port, while a wireless box can send the 120Hz, 1080p display up to 1080i images over a 5GHz channel many suspect is WHDM. That external port box will have 3 HDMI, 2 component, s-video, VGA,… » 8/28/08 2:16am 8/28/08 2:16am