Sony announces ‘Ready for PlayStation 5’ TVs for smooth gaming experience

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Sony today announces its new TVs- ‘Ready for PlayStation 5.’ This is not just an ordinary TVs, the company especially launching this new ‘Ready for PlayStation 5′ for gaming on PS5 in partnership with Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE).

While we are waiting for the launch of PlayStation 5, the company introduced the new TVs for PS5 gaming, but we have to wait for the PS5 launch first.

The TVs launched today by Sony are- standalone X900H 4K HDR TV and Z8H 8K HDR TV. Both the TVs will provide the PS5 console with incredibly smooth gaming experiences.

The X900H can display 4K games at up to 120fps with a slightly low input lag of 7.2ms. Whereas, the Z8H can view extremely detailed 8K resolution images while also displaying gameplay images of 4K resolution at a super-smooth 120 fps.

Both the TVs support the Bravia Game Mode, which reduces the input lag while gaming. Users can wake both the TV and PS5 with the DualSense wireless controller at once thanks to Game Mode, and also control their PS5 effortlessly with only the TV remote.

Under the hood, the TVs have a best-in-class family of X1 processors to deliver impressive picture quality with vibrant color and outstanding contrast.

Full Specifications of X900H

Full Specification of Z8H

The X900H price starts at $999.99 for the 55-inch variant and goes up to $2,799 for the 85-inch highest variant, whereas the Z8H price starts at $5,999 for the 75-inch variant and goes up to $8,999 for the 85-inch highest variant.

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