Sony BRAVIA KDL-55HX750 55" 3D LED HDTV 1080p 480Hz - KDL55HX750 - 2012 TV
Vivid picture quality, a slim design and access to entertainment way beyond cable merge in the exquisite HX750 Series HDTVs. Sony's exclusive X-Reality Engine takes picture quality to the next level by bringing astonishing color and detail to life for a strikingly more realistic picture. Motionflow XR 480 greatly reduces blur for action so clear, you might think you're watching it live. Plus, harness the power of built-in Wi-Fi to access the best selection of online entertainment.
Sony offers a variety (i.e. confusing array) of very similar TV models. I wanted a 60" screen, but decided on the EX rather than the NX once I understood the differences. In case anyone else finds themselves similarly confused, here is my take on the two models. The NX costs $400-500 more than the EX, but seems to have the same basic TV inside. For me, the following features weren't worth the extra several hundred bucks: (1) WiFi -- Wireless access is noticeably slower than wired for streaming video, so I wouldn't use that if I had it. (2) Gorilla Glass -- The NX weighs about six pounds more, mainly because of the giant sheet of "Gorilla Glass" covering the front screen. Sony calls this feature a border-less "monolithic design", but I found it a bit silly. The TV looks border-less only when it's turned off. The NX actually has a slightly larger border than the cheaper EX model.