Edge-lit LED backlighting has allowed LCDs to get thinner than ever, but at some point you run into physical limitation; you can't make a TV thinner than the actual inputs. That is, unless you move the inputs somewhere else, which is precisely what Sony has done with its new KDL-XBR10 line of LCDs. The XBR10 series uses a separate media receiver to handle inputs, and it transmits video wirelessly to the display, similar to the design of Panasonic's 1-inch-thick Z1 plasmas. The rest of the features are similar to what's available on other Sony LCDs; let's take a look.
Key features of the Sony KDL-XBR10 series:1,920x1,080 ( 1080p) native resolution Four HDMI inputs Sony's Motionflow 240Hz processing Edge-lit LED backlighting Quoted contrast ratio of over 1,000,000:1 Bravia Internet Widgets, powered by the Yahoo Widget Engine DLNA-compliant; stream music, photos, and video from other DLNA servers USB input… Read more