Sony BRAVIA 43”, Edge-lit LED, LCD, UHD And Android TV With Google Home Compatibility

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text text_larger=”no”]With the new Sony Bravia 43” LED TV, no image is ever going to be just an “image” again. Here’s the breakdown of the amazing features of this TV:

This TV is 43” in width, which is almost the size of an average preschooler. Its diagonal length is 42.5, making the TV big enough to give viewers a life-like experience as they watch videos. Perhaps one of the most resourceful features about this TV is that it consumes only an average of 95 kW of energy per year.

It is only available in black but this TV is so slim and classy that it adds a stunning edge to any room it is placed in.

Moreover, the Sony BRAVIA 43” TV is an edge-lit LED model. That means, the edges of the TV have inward-facing LED bulbs that light up the LCD display. Being edge-lit also allows the TV to be thin and light, unlike the heavier full-array LED models.

Further, having an LCD display means the visuals displayed will have very little, if not zero, geometric distortion. Plus, the images presented on the flat screen will be exceptionally sharp and bright.

This Sony BRAVIA TV is also UHD, which stands for Ultra-HD. Some sellers refer to such TVs as 4K instead of UHD. Nonetheless, what all of that means is that the picture quality will be mind-blowing. In fact, this particular model has a screen resolution of 3840×2160, which is four times the usual screen resolution of 1080p. As a result, viewers can experience life-like visuals and vivid colors rather than artificial and irritatingly vibrant shades.

With its built-in, 20W, down-firing speakers, this Sony TV also offers extraordinary sound quality in addition to the amazing video quality.

Finally, this Sony BRAVIA model comes with Sony’s unique Motionflow technology. What that means is that visuals with be smooth with minimal blurring.

Perks of an Android TV

The Sony BRAVIA 43” Edge-lit LED, LCD, UHD TV is also an Android TV. Google only introduced Android TVs in 2014, as their second generation of web and smart-TV integrated TV models. Users can control such TVs by voice, remote controls, and through their smartphone applications. What’s more, users can send content directly from a computer or a smartphone to Android TVs, without the hassle caused by wires and plugs.

Moreover, such TVs have access to the internet, which means videos can be played on Youtube and other video-streaming sites. This Sony BRAVIA model would be ideal for HD-quality video conferences too.

Google Home Compatibility

The primary benefit that comes to mind when a device is Google home compatible is that it can be controlled through a smartphone. In addition to this advantage, such smart devices tend to be more eco-friendly and user-friendly too.

For instance, users can play the same music on a variety of smart devices just by adjusting the settings in their smartphone. That feature is definitely going to change the way indoor parties take place in the future.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]