Your HDTV comparison list just got a little longer, with Sony announcing a big long line of new Bravia LCDs of all shapes and sizes. Lowest end is the EX300, with 22-, 26-, and 32-inch models that all sport 1,366 x 768 resolutions, a suite of silly colors (white, pink, brown, and black), and prices ranging from ¥70,000 - ¥90,000 ($770 - $990). The EX500 is a ¥130,000 ($1,400) 40-inch, 120Hz, 1080p model, while the EX700 models range from 32- to 52-inches and will set you back between ¥120,000 ($1,300) and ¥300,000 ($3,300). The extra money nets you LED backlighting, luscious thinness (22mm), and networkability, which means YouTube and DLNA streamability, plus widgets and all sorts of other goodies. All are scheduled to hit Japan on February 25, and all will surely make their way across the pond eventually -- except maybe that pink one.
Gallery: Sony Bravia EX300, EX500, and EX700 LCDs

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