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Wednesday 20 July 2022
Sony unveils 4K QD-OLED, 8K miniLED-backlit LCD TVs in Taiwan
Sony has unveiled two new Bravia XR series TV models, the A95K 4K QD-OLED and Z9K 8K miniLED-backlit LCD, with both to be avaialble beginning July 22, according to Sony Taiwan.
Wednesday 25 May 2022
Sony intros new flagship Bravia XR TV models into Taiwan
Sony has launched the flagship models of its 2022 Bravia XR lineup, including the Z9K and X95K, in Taiwan.
Thursday 26 May 2016
Sony to see increased LCD TV shipments in 2016
Among LCD TV vendors, Sony took the initiative to launch Ultra HD models and consequently shipped nearly 13 million Bravia series LCD TVs in 2015 and is expected to see significant...
Thursday 5 November 2015
Sony opens store in Taiwan mainly pushing mid-range and high-end products
Sony has opened a store in the Breeze Center shopping mall in Taipei, Taiwan, and will mainly demonstrate its mid-range and high-end products including Bravia TVs, tablets, smartphones,...
Wednesday 27 May 2015
Taiwan market: Sony unveils Bravia LCD TVs
Sony on May 26 unveiled eight 32- to 75-inch Ultra HD and Full HD LCD TVs under its Bravia brand for launch in the Taiwan market.
Thursday 6 January 2011
CES 2011: Corning Gorilla glass selected for Sony Bravia LCD TVs
CORNING, N.Y., January 05, 2011 - Corning Incorporated (NYSE: GLW) announced today that Corning Gorilla glass has been designed into select models of Sony Corporation's (NYSE: SNE)...
Monday 30 August 2010
Sony launches new 3D Bravia TVs just in time for kickoff
Just in time for the kickoff of the fall football season, Sony has just announced three new 3D Bravia TVs that are perfect for the big game.
Wednesday 25 August 2010
CMI files more patent lawsuits against Sony in US and China
Following its earlier patent infringement lawsuits against Sony, which were filed on July 7, Taiwan-based TFT-LCD panel maker Chimei Innolux (CMI) has filed additional actions with...
Thursday 15 July 2010
Taiwan market: Sony reduces LCD TV prices
Sony has announced the reduction of prices for four Bravia LCD TVs available in Taiwan by NT$2,000-5,000 (US$62.27-155.68): the EX400 series 32-inch model is now at NT$19,900, the...
Thursday 8 July 2010
CMI files lawsuit against Sony over patent violations
Chimei Innolux (CMI) has filed lawsuits in China and the US accusing Sony of violating its patents in products including Bravia LCD TVs, Cybershot digital still cameras (DSCs) and...
Monday 11 January 2010
CES 2010: Sony makes 3D come to life at home with first 3D capable Bravia HDTVs
LAS VEGAS (CES BOOTH #14200), Jan. 6, 2010 – From black-and-white, to color, to digital, Sony Electronics is once again setting the new standard for how TVs look and perform...
Wednesday 2 December 2009
Taiwan market: Sony cuts prices for Bravia Z series LCD TVs
Sony has lowered the retail prices for its high-end Z series Bravia LCD TVs by NT$10,000-15,000 (US$311.26-466.89) in the Taiwan market, according to Sony Taiwan.
Thursday 10 September 2009
Sony introduces new full HD home theater projector
ATLANTA, Sept. 9, 2008 (CEDIA Booth #1409) – Sony today announced a new high-contrast, high-definition projector, adding more options for those looking for a true cinematic...
Thursday 10 September 2009
Sony adds ultra-slim edge-lit LED models to Bravia HDTV line
ATLANTA (CEDIA Booth # 1409), Sept. 9, 2009 – Sony today introduced a new line of ultra-thin Bravia LCD HDTVs featuring an advanced edge-lit LED backlight and exceptional contrast...
Monday 30 June 2008
Taiwan Market: Sony to launch 11 LCD TVs starting July
Sony recently introduced 11 Bravia LCD TVs which it will launch in Taiwan beginning in July including the W, V and S series with sizes between 20- to 52-inches.
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