Sony Bravia 55HX750 LED LCD HDTV First Impression Review$2,099.00
Despite some minor modifications, there isn't a whole lot new with the Bravia HX750.
During a CES show in which TV manufacturers were trying to outdo each other for internet and streaming supremacy, the Sony Bravia KDL-55HX750 was geared toward winning customers over with its picture quality and thin design. Compared to the innovation in connectivity from the likes of LG and Samsung, it looks as though Sony is suddenly the third horse in the TV race.
The Sony Bravia KDL-55HX750 is basically a step down from the HX850, which now has a monolithic design and Gorilla Glass. The HX750 has a LED back-lit 1080p picture with 3D technology that includes a single-chip X-Reality Engine and Motionflow XR 480. The problem is that many of these features are minor upgrades from last year's Sony TVs. The Sony Bravia KDL-55HX750 doesn't have same application variety, streaming options or 3D technology that come along with other newly-announced TVs.