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Sony announces big push for IPTV Bravia bolt-on

February 27th, 2007 · No Comments

Sony is planning to release seven s compatible with its new Internet Video Link module, into the US market this year. Designed to deliver IPTV services, such as music videos, movie trailers and DIY shorts, direct to the living room screen, the module will sell for around 300 dollars. Unfortunately, the Link does not allow users to watch full-length movie downloads on their screens, because of ‘memory limitations’. The company says that there are no plans for the product outside of the US.
Feature highlights from this year’s up-coming range include the new V-series 1080p screens, in both 40 and 46 inch sizes, and Motionflow, a picture processing technology intended to reduce, if not remove, motion judder artifacts. Motionflow doubles the frame rate of LCD sets to 120Hz.

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