Sony launches new Bravia Internet TV in the Philippines

Sony has launched their new Bravia Internet TVs here in the philippines and why should you be excited? Well, it allows you to view and browse social media on the web without the need for your PC or Mac. Sounds like something geeks like me will love; imagine HDTV quality broadcasts with internet access. Yummy.

I was in the market for a new LCD TV and depending on the price, Sony’s new Bravia Internet TV looks as if it was made for me. =) Just add a Sony Playstation 3 and i’m all set not to leave the house for a while.

Thanks to Sony Philippines and Ms. Avvy of Virtusio for this information.

Sony Bravia Internet TV PR

This summer, Sony is redefining the way you view television.

If in the past, you would just sit on your couch and browse through TV channels until you find something you like, starting today, you can now decisively determine the shows that get aired on your TV. Believe in a TV that can search for different kinds of content, from the popular to the obscure. Imagine the expansive, almost endless, content universe that is the internet, and believe in entering into this goldmine of programming, without leaving your home. Believe in the paradigm shift taking over the TV viewing landscape, transforming it from a passive experience into one that is not just active, but interactive.
Sony is bringing you a new way of being entertained, as the global leader brings you, the fusion of internet and TV.

“Sony Internet TV combines the big-screen impact of HDTV and full Internet search to deliver an unrivalled entertainment experience,” said Takao Kuroda, President and Managing Director, Sony Philippines. “Finally, you can seamlessly search your favorite TV programs and web sites on the same screen.”

Because of Sony’s hardware, software and engineering expertise which provide a unique user experience, merging multiple content sources in one easy-to-use interface. From broadcast to streaming video from the World Wide Web, Sony Internet TV offers the ability to quickly search and watch content from wherever, whenever.

“We are very proud to bring this new entertainment category by delivering the true Internet TV experience. Sony Internet TV creates value by introducing new and compelling ways to enjoy a variety of content. You can now enjoy watching YouTube™, cheering friends in Facebook™, twitting your followers in Twitter™ or even chatting with your relatives and friends in Skype™ right in your living room without even booting your PC.” added Larry Secreto, National Sales Director, Sony Philippines.

Sony Internet TV leads the new array of BRAVIA TVs available in the Philippines, launched as part of the Sony Summer HotSpots 2011 campaign. New models of the BRAVIA 3D and HDTVs were also presented, expanding consumer options to fulfil their vision of 3D and HD Worlds created by Sony.

Continuously inspiring the dreams of home entertainment enthusiasts, Sony Philippines also introduced new connected Blu-ray Disc players, the BDP-S380 and BDP-S485, and a new Sony 3D Blu-Ray Disc Home Theater, designed for discerning consumers looking for optimal 2D or 3D entertainment experiences. The wide product roll-out showcases the company’s unique ability to combine technology, products, content, and services to deliver the ultimate consumer entertainment experience.

“For this year, Filipinos will notice many dazzling new networked products, content, and services, along with innovative, future-focused technologies,” said Mr. Takao Kuroda, President and Managing Director, Sony Philippines. “It’s a proposition that no other company can match, and it’s an impressive, concrete testament to the strength and vision of Sony.”

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