Sony has unveiled two new additions to its Trimaster EL professional range of OLED TV despite having pulled sales of its consumer-grade OLED models last year.
Touting the claim of the largest OLED display currently in production, Sony’s BVM-E250 OLED TV measures in at 25-inches with a £17,800 price tag matching its world’s largest title.
Launching alongside the 25-inch model will be a smaller 17-inch OLED offering dubbed the BVM-E170 that will be available for a snip when it launches in Japan this July priced around £9,740. The BVM-E250 is scheduled for an earlier, May, release.
Offering a 1920 x 1080p resolution and 178-degree viewing angle, both pro-range units will feature the same “Super Top Emission OLED” panels that according to Sony offer almost zero motion blur and “a nonlinear cubic conversion color-management system that delivers stunning uniformity, smoother-than-ever gamma performance, and picture quality consistency.”
The newly announced additions to the profession range of Sony OLED TVs come a year after the company revealed it was to cease sales of the consumer-grade XEL-1 OLED TV in Japan.