After a promised spring release that has come and gone and left me daily staring morosely at my overweight, tub of lard, queen of the sea-cows, fatty fat fatterson flatscreen (flatscreen? more like FATSCREEN) TV and dreaming of slimmer horizons, Sony has finally set the release for the X900C and X910C for July of 2015.
The slimmest of the pair, the 0.19 inch thick X900C 55-inch model will be priced at $2,499USD, and the slightly heftier but still waif-like 65-incher will go for a whopping $3,999USD.
The X910C will be released later in the year, will be $5,499USD and will be an eye-stretching 75 inches of pure televisual glory.
All models will feature Android TV, Triluminos displays and an X1 processor to keep the 4K running smooth and sexy.
While I’m definitely not down with the idea of having a camera equipped, Android powered computer hanging on my living room wall (with Android’s security issues, you might as well just set up a live camera and microphone and save the NSA and the Pervy Hacker Blackmailers Crew the trouble) these models do look, if you’ll pardon my french, fucking sexy.
Sony X900C Product Features
Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native); Motionflow XR 960 (Effective)
Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit)
Smart Functionality: Yes
Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: , TV with stand:
Inputs: 4 HDMI, 3 USB
Model Number: XBR65X900C
Display Technology: LED
Display Size: 64.5 inches
Image Aspect Ratio: 16:09
Resolution: 4K Ultra HD
Refresh Rate: 120 Hz