A 4K TV won’t have to break the bank, Sony has revealed.
The company has come out with the pricing plans for the state-of-the-art television, with experts saying it includes the most affordable option to date.
At the annual showcase of electronics, Sony unveiled three difference series of the Bravia 4K TV for a total of nine models. After showing off the televisions, Sony has now unveiled the cost to own one of these televisions, with prices ranging from $2,100 to $25,000 for anyone adventurous enough to want the 85-inch version.
As Digital Trends notes, the short range of the pricing scale makes the television affordable for a fairly large range of consumers.
- 49-inch – $2,100
- 55-inch – $3,000
- 65-inch – $4,000
- 70-inch – $5,500
- 55-inch – $4,000
- 65-inch – $5,000
- 79-inch – $9,000
- 65-inch – $8,000
- 85-inch – $25,000
The 4K TV is seen as a breakthrough, bringing a host of the digital imaging technology that’s been developed by Sony. That includes Triluminos Display color technology for “lifelike color,” a function to improve contrast, and even technology to liven up lower-resolution images.
“We strongly believe 4K is the future for entertainment and we remain committed to leading the 4K movement, from lens to living room, in a way that only a company like Sony can,” Mike Fasulo, president at Sony Electronics said in a statement.
Those interested in buying the Sony Bravia 4K TV can get pre-sale information by clicking here.