Sony puts a price on its 4K TV: $25,000

Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai reveals the XBR-84X900, a 3D-capable Bravia TV with a very high 4K resolution of 3,840×2,160 pixels, at the IFA show in Berlin.
(Credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET)
A week after Sony Chief Executive Kazuo Hirai uncloaked the company’s massive 4K 3D TV, Sony has uncloaked its price, too: $25,000.
People can pre-order Sony’s 84-inch XBR-84X900 today, but it won’t be in stores until November, Sony said today.
The 4K TV has four times the number of pixels — 3,840×2,160 — as a regular HD TV. The 4K label, a bit of a loose term meaning 4,000, refers to number of pixels across…

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