Sony Bravia XR 2022 TV prices and availability announced for North America
The retail prices and release dates of the 2022 Sony Bravia XR TVs for North America have been revealed. The XR X95K TVs are already available to purchase, with other models due to be released in the coming months. The devices are powered by the Cognitive Processor XR and are compatible with Google Assistant and Apple AirPlay 2.
Sony has revealed the prices and availability for its 2022 Bravia XR TV series in North America. Announced at CES earlier this year, the Bravia XR X95K TVs are available to purchase now, with other models due to be released later this year.
At the top end of the range are the Sony Bravia XR MASTER Series Z9K 8K Mini LED TVs, with prices starting at US$6,999.99 (CA$9,199.99). These devices are powered by the Cognitive Processor XR and can upscale media to close to 8K. The XR Backlight Master Drive algorithm enhances the contrast and brightness of the image.
In the middle of the range is the Sony Bravia XR MASTER Series A95K. With these devices, a 4K OLED display replaces the Mini LEDs with XR 4K upscaling and Dolby Vision technologies. These TVs have a similar Cognitive Processor XR, and retail prices for the A95K start at US$2,999.99 (CA$3,999.99).
One of the cheaper TVs in the lineup is the Sony Bravia XR X90K 4K LED TV. The gadget has similar features to the other TVs in the range, including Google Assistant and Apple AirPlay 2 capabilities. Prices for the X90K TVs start at US$1,399.99 (CA$1,699.99).
The TVs will be available via Amazon, Best Buy and several other authorized vendors. The prices and availability of the new TV range in the United States and Canada are listed below. European prices were announced last month.
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