Whatever said and done, I feel Sony is the supreme ruler in the world of audio-visual gadgets. While Sony withdrew entirely from the Plasma TV market in early 2005 due to a lack of control in plasma panel production, they have had tremendous success in the flat screen LCD television market. You can now enhance the television viewing experience in your bedroom or office with a sharp, backlit high-definition picture and premium surround sound offered by the latest 70-inch Bravia XBR LCD. Get the best quality for viewing hi-def content with a full high-definition panel resolution of 1,920 pixels by 1,080 pixels. Sony credits picture quality and color enhancements to its Bravia Engine Pro, a proprietary video-processing system. The TV also features a 178-degree viewing angle.
The Bravia XBR LCD is estimated at $33,000 when it hits the stores next month.