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March 2, 2010

Sony Bravia Freeview HD TV out today

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by David Allen

The electronics giant Sony is aiming to be the first company in the UK to launch a television with a Freeview HD tuner installed.

The Bravia range TVs will not only give the consumer a choice of televisions ranging from 32” to 60” but with no subscription users will get access to high definition content provided by the free-to-view television service Freeview, as well as the other standard definition channels.

There are other TVs on the way, including the HD Freeview tuner from LG and Samsung, but it seems that Sony has beaten them to the market.

Prices will start at £700 and rise quickly to a high £2,300.

However the NX803 model will also connect wirelessly to the internet, giving the user access to even more content.

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