Sony's HDTV lines will be getting a makeover in 2010, thanks to the 12 new series of televisions that the company announced at CES. The new models will start rolling out in spring and continue in summer with the company's first 3D offerings.
At the top of the heap is the Bravia XBR-LX900 series. This 3D-capable model will be available in 40, 46, 52, and a whopping 60-inch sizes, and features Sony's sleek new monolithic design. It also features edge LED backlighting, has Motionflow PRO 240Hz smooth motion technology, an intelligent presence sensor, and integrated Wi-Fi. This series is the only of Sony's three 3D models to include two pair of active shutter glasses (by RealD) and to integrate the emitter for the glasses.