Sony has officially entered the world of OLED, with its new 4K Bravia OLED TVs.

The slim design, demonstrated at CES in Las Vegas on Wednesday night, leaves no room for the speakers. Instead, it uses Sony’s Acoustic Surface technology to emit sound from the screen itself.

Chairman and CEO Kazuo Hirai also showcased a number of other products, including a camera that can capture 960 frames per second and a 4K HDR home theater projector.

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Sony has officially entered the world of OLED, with its new 4K Bravia OLED TVs. The slim design, shown at CES in Las Vegas on Wednesday night, leaves no room for the speakers. Instead, it uses Sony’s Acoustic Surface technology to output sound from the screen.

Hirai showed off Sony’s latest HDR products at the press conference in Las Vegas ahead of the official opening of CES.

The stunning new A1E Bravia series presented at the event is equipped with Dolby Vision support and leverages X1-Extreme processing technology to “render every detail of an image regardless of the surrounding darkness. from the scene”.

This allows the screen to reproduce even deep black tints in a dark screen, and according to Hirai, that means “you’ll see more than you ever thought possible on a screen.”

Acoustic Surface technology eliminates speakers – there are no speakers even on the side or bottom of the TV.

Instead, the technology “vibrates the screen” to create the sound behind the screen.

The stunning new A1E Bravia series presented at the event is equipped with Dolby Vision support and leverages X1-Extreme processing technology to

The stunning new A1E Bravia series presented at the event is equipped with Dolby Vision support and leverages X1-Extreme processing technology to “render every detail of an image regardless of the surrounding darkness. from the scene”

“The result is an ingenious design with no speaker and no stand,” Hirai said.

Sony also unveiled its latest 4K HDR projector.

It is a “minimally intrusive” design and can be installed close to the wall thanks to its ultra-short lens to project a screen over 100 inches.

And, according to Hirai, you’ll be able to stream 4K HDR content from Amazon and Netflix.

Acoustic Surface technology eliminates speakers - there are no speakers even on the side or bottom of the TV.  Instead, the technology

Acoustic Surface technology eliminates speakers – there are no speakers even on the side or bottom of the TV. Instead, the technology “vibrates the screen” to create the sound behind the screen.

SONY A99II CAMERA

Hirai also showcased a number of the company’s latest cameras, including the Alpha 99 II, featuring high-precision autofocus and designed for “faster continuous shooting.”

The 42.4-megapixel camera is equipped with back-illuminated full-frame sensors and a 5-axis SteadyShot Inside image stabilizer.

The high-resolution camera can even capture 960 frames per second for fascinating slow-motion footage.

Hirai also showcased a number of the company's latest cameras, including the Alpha 99 II, which features high-precision autofocus and is designed for high-precision autofocus.

Hirai also showcased a number of the company’s latest cameras, including the Alpha 99 II, featuring high-precision autofocus and designed for “faster continuous shooting.”

Being so close to the wall, it means there would be more floor space between viewers and the projector, and eliminates shadows caused by people walking in front of it.

Hirai also showcased a number of the company’s latest cameras, including the Alpha 99 II, featuring high-precision autofocus and designed for “faster continuous shooting.”

It works well for capturing fast moving objects, Hirai explained, such as motorsports.

The high-resolution camera achieves a “stunning” 42 megapixel and can even capture 960 frames per second for fascinating slow-motion footage.

Sony also showcased its noise-canceling wireless prototypes, including a “behind-the-neck” design and wireless headphones.


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