Sony shifts up the gear with Bravia TV Oled A1E series

The local subsidiary of Japanese tech titan Sony has revealed the A1E series – a lineup of 4K HDR Oled TV – at City of Dreams, Parañaque City.

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The series is set to maximize the use of 4K HDR content with their unique image processor backing up Sony’s UHD venture.

“Sony is always at the forefront of innovation and we lead the future of television by bringing the new range of 4K HDR televisions, especially the Sony Bravia Oled TV,” said Nobuyoshi Otake, president and managing director of Sony Philippines. “Thanks to Oled, over 8 million self-illumnating pixels, the A1E series brings a significantly enriched visual experience with unprecedented black, authentic color, blur-less image and a wide-viewing angle.”

To enhance the colors and contrast, the A1E series is powered by Triluminos Display to exhibit the subtle colors naturally and avoid becoming oversaturated. Its 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme also digests 40% real-time image to upscale the content from any source to Ultra-HD resolution.

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The A1E series exhales the sound from the screen itself, taking advantage of the Oled’s backlight-less structure. The Japanese company has developed a new Acoustic Surface technology which makes the TV vibrate with two actuators at the back.

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Entertainment-wise, the series has built in the Chromecast allowing the users to cast videos and images from Android, iOS, or laptops. It also strengthens HDR gaming for PlayStation Pro for more vivid visual experience.

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The Sony A1E series comes in 55- (P169,999) and  65-inch (P269,999) class and will be available this month locally.

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