The X900H features 4K resolution, which is now standard on many high-end TVs, alongside a 120Hz refresh rate (via a prospective Bravia firmware update). Sony says it also has a”very low” input lag of 7.2ms. The company does say, however, that: “The input lag is measured with X900H through 4K/120fps game HDMI input based on internal testing conditions, and might differ in real-time usage environment on specific conditions.” The tv begins at $999 for the 55-inch version whilst moving to 85 inches costs $2,799.
Being an 8K set, the Z8H comes with a hefty price tag: it begins at $5,999 for the 75-inch version and reaches a gigantic $8,999 for its 85-inch model. Additionally, it is effective at 120Hz, but only at 4K, not 8K. The number of PlayStation 5 games will actually support the 8K resolution is unknown, but it’s something Sony has guaranteed.
It also enables you to wake both the tv and console simultaneously employing the DualShock 5 controller. The manner even allows some control over the PS5 working with the television remote. Additionally, both sets come with audio placement tweeters that allow users to pinpoint exactly where a sound is coming from around the screen.
Many of the PS5-specific features will arrive via firmware upgrades, presumably before the console hits the market sometime this holiday season. Microsoft’s CFO lately said the Xbox Series X was arriving in November, so don’t hesitate to see Sony’s machine launch in precisely the same month. We might even see bundle deals that unite the TVs and PS5 consoles.