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CES 2015: Sony presents 4K TV thinner than smartphone and new audio technology

Sony presented at CES 2015 a new line of 4K TVs with the thinnest screens in the world and an audio technology that transmits three times more data.

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The news does not stop appearing in the CES 2015 International Consumer Eletronics Show, which started today and runs until January 9, in Las Vegas, United States. THE Sony was one of the first to introduce new products, including a new line of products 4K TVs with the thinnest screens in the world (with 4.9 mm at its finest point), in addition to an audio technology that allows the transmission of an amount of data approximately three times higher so that users can listen to music through Bluetooth with high quality.

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Action Cam4K

For those who like to record videos in high resolution, Sony's novelty is Action Cam that records 4K videos. The FDR-X1000V is equipped with advanced technology SteadyShotwhich includes the ability to reduce wind noise. Balanced Optical SteadyShotTM technology capable of suppressing blur in all shooting modes, ensuring betterimage stabilization.

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New audio technology

Another novelty will please music lovers. Sony is launching ten new devices, including Walkman compatible Hi-Res, headphones, wireless speakers, home theater systems and integrated multichannel amplifiers.

To improve, the devices are equipped with the new technology of LDACTM codec, which allows the transmission of approximately three times the amount of audio data, users will now be able to listen to music via Bluetooth with high quality. The new products also feature SongPal LinkTM technology, which allows simultaneous audio playback through multiple connected devices.

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