Sony recently debuted its killer new range of 4K Ultra LCD TVs, named the Z series. The ‘Z’ is set to replace Sony’s X series as its flagship line. The Z series can reproduce the vibrant colours of the real world, as well as produce deeper blacks and brighter lights through the new Backlight MasterDrive technology. Regarding display quality, the Z series incorporates Sony’s latest HDR (high-dynamic range) and 4K image processors for improved contrast and colour accuracy.
The new seamless interface offers enhanced navigation and voice search for live TV and internet video services. The new content bar features a genre filtering function so you can easily select a program from your favourite genre such as sports, music, etc. This feature will save you from having to flip through the channels or menu to find what you want. The Z Series also runs a unique version of Google’s Android TV platform for internet services.
The Z Series launches with three models: The base model has a 65-inch screen that will set you back $6,999. The 75-inch model follows for $9,999, and there’s currently no word on the cost of the 100-inch model. The Z series is available now for pre-order.