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Sony starts shipping 2011 Bravia TVs

updated 02:40 pm EDT, Wed April 13, 2011

Sony releases 2011 Bravia HDTVs

Sony announced on Wednesday that it will begin shipping its 2011 range of Bravia TVs introduced at CES. Of the 37 new models, 32 are Internet-connected and 23 have 3D screens. The connected TVs offer or will soon offer access to Netflix for streaming movies and TV shows, Crackle for Hollywood movies and TV shows for free, the Yahoo Connected TV Store for apps and TV content from CBS and Showtime and more.

Yahoo apps will also offer Facebook and Twitter apps, along with sports and finance information in addition to news. Access to Mochcam for live music concerts, Billabong from surf videos and news as well as Hulu Plus for TV shows will also be available.

Despite the announcement, Sony didn't detail prices for the sets, though most are now available in stores.







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