Sony  has showcased its upcoming television at CES 2013.

The electronics giant  revealed a prototype model of a 56-inch 4K OLED TV, claiming that it will be the  largest display of its kind when it arrives on the market.



Sony also announced 55- and 65-inch LED Bravia sets at the trade show, as well  as four new ranges of Full HD televisions.

The firm’s W900A series  headlines its Full HD offerings, backed by X-Reality Pro technology, Triluminos  Display, one-touch mirroring with NFC and support for the Sony SideView tablet  and phone app.

Available in 55,46 and 40-inch variations, the TVs are  also backed by Active 3D, Motionflow XR 800Hz and the Sony Entertainment  Network’s media library.

The W802A range is a passive 3D-sporting  alternative, available in 55, 47 and 42-inch variations, while the low-end W650A  and W600As do not support 3D technology and come in 42, 32 and even 24-inch  models.

Sony’s new full HD lines will be available in April, while the  new Bravia sets are scheduled for the spring.

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