Sony Launches 4K Ultra HD Video Player With Preloaded Movies

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Sony Launches 4K Ultra HD Video Player With Preloaded Movies

Sony fans might remember the stunning and massive Bravia that Sony revealed back in August this year. Yes, the talk is about the 84-inch 4K Bravia 84X900 TV, the potential TV king of the time. Although there was no certainty with respect to the release date, however,  in September the unit was made available for pre-order, probably with a view to giving you a few months head start on paying this monstrosity off.

Just when you think they cant do any better, Sony has come up with another “ must-have”, unveiling the 4k Ultra HD Video Player, loaded with some entertaining 4k content, including both full length Hollywood features and a gallery of videos.

Critics often argue that 4k ultra-HD televisions lacks good quality content to pair up with the HD displays. No doubt that the television set can display 4k movies at superior quality, however, users cannot exploit that feature unless they have a wide range of choices and access to 4k content. In an effort to counter this critique, Sony has fortified the 4k Ultra HD Video Player with another component, its XBR-84X900 4k TV.

The player will also have a server exclusively on no-additional cost on lease which comes preloaded with 10 full-length feature films like The Amazing Spiderman, Bad Teacher, Battle Los Angeles, That’s My Boy, The Karate Kid and The Bridge on the River Kwai. If you get bored with the movies, there are always other alternatives like sports clips to enjoy.

This is the first time home viewers will be able to experience 4K video of this caliber at home. For Customers who feel they are left with a humongous, expensive, super-high-definition TV with nothing to watch, Sony says that its “solution” will be updated once every while with more content. This is a significant step forward for what many see as the future of television.

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