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Sony Pro BRAVIA BZ53L launches as up to 98-inch display with matte options

The BZ53L. (Source: Sony)
The BZ53L. (Source: Sony)
Sony asserts that customers love the Deep Black Non-Glare Coating on the new Pro BRAVIA BZ53L, rated to confer enhanced visibility with minimal reflections on the new enterprise-grade display. It is rated for a 120Hz refresh rate as well as a 4K resolution with XR TRILUMINOS Pro technology and Full Array Local Dimming for a color-accurate image.

Sony touts its new Pro BRAVIA as its most corporate crowd-pleasing display thanks to the option of a Deep Black Non-Glare Coating. That is just as well, as the BZ53L also has a Full Array Local Dimming backlight for up 780 nits of max brightness.

The BZ53L is also rated to stay on for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if necessary, and to support an easy installation with features such as a Pro Mode and B2B BRAVIA set-up via USB flash drive. It is also touted to arrive as a relatively light new screen at a packed weight of ~83.4lb (38 kilograms (kg)) lighter than that of its 100-inch predecessor the BZ40J.

Accordingly, Sony suggests that the BZ53L will be up and running in its new commercial (or educational) setting in no time. It is Chromecast- and Apple AirPlay 2-compliant, with support for apps such as Google Meet. The new Pro BRAVIA display is to be made available in 55-, 65-, 75-, and 85-inch variants as well as its 98-inch flagship variant from June 2024.

In the meantime, the much more compact Sony KD32W830K 32-inch HD LED Google TV is currently available for $339.99 on Amazon.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2024-04-16 (Update: 2024-04-16)