Not all of Sony's new TVs are 3D-capable, but on a model like the Bravia KDL-NX800, you may not miss the functionality. This TV, Sony's top-of-the-line series (outside of its 3D models), features the monolithic design that Sony is showcasing at CES. It's a mouthful of a term to describe the sleek design and edge-to-edge glass. Even the base is a study in modernist classicism, a flat brushed metallic surface that's functional and unobtrusive. The front panel lacks disruptive inputs; instead, it has touch-sensitive buttons (or, you have to reach around the side to access the inset control panel).
The Bravia KDL-NX800 TVs start at $2800 for the 46-inch model; a 52-inch model will cost $3400, and the 60-inch model $4600. All feature the monolithic design, Motionflow 240Hz, and integrated Wi-Fi.