iMac Vs Sony KDL-40HX723BU

Discussion in 'iMac' started by EPiCDiNGO, Sep 19, 2012.

  1. EPiCDiNGO macrumors member

    EPiCDiNGO

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    The Sony KDL-40HX723B is a 40 Inch 3D LED Television from Sony and provides the ultimate in true home cinema with uncompromising picture quality in a stunning monolithic design. This is an ultra slim television utilising Dynamic-Edge LED technology providing the best 2D and 3D pictures available on the market.


    SPECS
    Brand Sony
    Product Webpage KDL-40HX723BU (KDL40HX723) 40" SMART 3D LED TV
    Product Colour Black
    TV Screen Size 40 Inch
    Technology Full HD Ready 3D TV, DLNA® Certified, WiFi™ Ready
    Digital Tuner Freeview, Freeview HD
    Resolution (Pixels) 1920 x 1080
    Picture Refresh Rate 400Hz
    Contrast Ratio Mega Contrast
    Brightness (cd/m2) Not Available
    Viewing Angle Degree 178°
    Smart Internet Apps BBC iPlayer, Facebook, Skype TV™, Twitter, YouTube®, Web Browser
    3D Screen Technology No
    Connections 4 HDMI Inputs
    Interactive Features Electronic Programme Guide, Now & Next Information, XrossMediaBar™ (XMB™)
    Convenience Options USB HDD Recording, USB Music Player, USB Photo Viewer, USB Video Player
    Other Features Tabletop Stand, Wall Mountable
    Vesa Compatible (mm) No
    Energy Efficiency B
    Included Accessories No
    Unit Dimensions (WxHxD) mm Package Dimensions: 1109 x 679 x 132;
    With Stand: 943 x 615 x 210;
    Without Stand: 943 x 586 x 42;
    Delivery Promise No
    Weight 15.40kg
    Manufacturer's Guarantee 1 Year Parts & Labour
    EAN 4905524734966
    SKU / MPN KDL40HX723BU

    OR iMac

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    LED backlighting. One bright idea.
    Full brightness with no waiting. That’s the advantage of the LED-backlit iMac display. Unlike displays that take time to warm up before they reach maximum brightness, an LED-backlit display is instantly on and uniformly bright. LED backlighting also lets you finely tune the iMac display to suit the ambient light in even the dimmest room.


    More pixels. Better picture.
    The 21.5-inch iMac features 1920x1080 resolution. The 27-inch iMac boasts even greater resolution of 2560x1440. That’s a whopping 78 per cent more pixels than the 21.5-inch model. And more pixels mean images look crisp and true to life. A 1000:1 contrast ratio gives you more vibrant colours and blacker blacks. All in a 16:9 aspect ratio — the same as an HDTV.


    Stunning from every angle.
    The iMac display looks great from any seat in the house, thanks to a premium display technology called in-plane switching (IPS). IPS gives you a bright picture with excellent colour — even if you’re viewing the display from the side.

    SPECS
    27-inch: 2.7GHz
    2.7GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5
    2560 x 1440 resolution
    4GB (two 2GB) memory
    1TB hard drive1
    AMD Radeon HD 6770M with 512MB
     
  2. CWallace macrumors 603

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    One's a computer. One's a television.

    Why not buy both, and connect the iMac to the Sony?
     
  3. Puevlo macrumors 6502a

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  5. iMcLovin macrumors 68000

    iMcLovin

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    :D that's a stupid comparison. Buy both.

    The product names of Sony is stupid. Just think if apple called the iMac for iMac-V67X3777-27u .... How does this benefit consumers??? They should hide these long awful names. Apple is the only company that get this.
     
  6. Moriarty macrumors 6502

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    Other companies have much more than one product line for each category, which does make product naming a lot harder ;).
     
  7. theSeb macrumors 604

    theSeb

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    Thank you for this interesting and informative comparison. In the future please tabulate the specs so that it's easier to compare. For example when comparing a car to a computer I would like to see fuel usage vs electricity usage and engine vs CPU. That will be really useful to help make an informed buying decision.
     

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