Sony has announced two new 4K TVs in its lineup, the Bravia XBR-65X900A and XBR-55X900A. Both models employ edge-lit LEDs while Sony’s X-Reality Pro engine handles 4K upscaling duties. Passive 3D is also onboard, as is screen mirroring from smartphones using Wi-Fi Direct. The company may have shown off its much larger 84-inch X900 at IFA, but the smaller sets are an attempt to hit "a more accessible price range." That will be a welcome sign to anyone interested in 4K TVs, but Sony hasn't provided specific pricing information just yet.
New 1080p TVs will also be on offer, with sizes starting from 32-inches and going all the way up to 70-inches. Almost all the models use Edge LED lighting and come with 3D capability. Both the Bravia R550A and R520A are also capable of receiving and recording DirecTV without an additional PVR, a handy addition that should help declutter the living room. Pricing for the new range has yet to be confirmed, but all the TVs will be available starting from the spring.