XR processor with cognitive intelligence, 83" and 100" Sony TVs in 2021

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Apart from the new 1000-nit master OLEDs (A9J) like Panasonic, all Sony's 2021 lineup is just rebranded 2020 stuff with a new processor. And from the marketing, it seems like they're going for more punchy rather than accurate look with this new processor. They didn't show any before-after, no specifications and nothing substantial, just all marketing speak.

Don't see anything to look forward to here since the 1000-nit OLED will cost around 5 lakh for the 65".
 

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Apart from the new 1000-nit master OLEDs (A9J) like Panasonic, all Sony's 2021 lineup is just rebranded 2020 stuff with a new processor. And from the marketing, it seems like they're going for more punchy rather than accurate look with this new processor. They didn't show any before-after, no specifications and nothing substantial, just all marketing speak.

Don't see anything to look forward to here since the 1000-nit OLED will cost around 5 lakh for the 65".
83" and 100" TV in their product line as per CES 2021. What would the prices be like, can you predict and would 100" be available in India?
 

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83" and 100" TV in their product line as per CES 2021. What would the prices be like, can you predict and would 100" be available in India?
I'm not that interested in big TVs, to be honest. If you really need 75" or above in India, just get a projector. Any TV greater than 75" carries a huge price premium here due to low volumes. Bigger TVs have more panel uniformity issues, generally fail faster and are unnaturally expensive. A 65" TV from 6-7 feet away feels really big and is THX recommended(40-degree FoV to the eye).

The 100" will likely be priced around $8-10k in the US, so anywhere from 10-15 lakhs in India. The 83" OLED will likely be priced around 10-12 lakhs if we're lucky
 

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XR processor Vs X1 ultimate, the cognitive intelligence algo addition looks interesting.
 
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