Technology is becoming inherently thinner and lighter with each passing year, but the Sony XBR-A1E Bravia OLED TV identifies how the technology is being further developed. The OLED TV was shown off by the brand at CES 2017 and features 8-million self-illuminating pixels in the painstakingly thin design.
The majority of OLED TVs on the market hide the various components necessary for the set to operate in a base, but the Sony XBR-A1E Bravia OLED TV puts everything into the rear kickstand. This doubles as the way to keep the unit upright when placed in a room, while the speakers on the unit are virtually invisible. This is because the speaker system is built-in to the screen itself to emit sound in a way that unifies it with the picture like never before.
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