Sony's latest, smallest member of the Bravia LCD TV family is, sadly for fans of multicoloured rabbits, destined only for Japan. Shame, as the XDV-D500 sounds good. Find out just how good under the gallery.
With its Bravia Mobile Engine, the 3-inch, 432 × 240 pixel TV supports 1seg broadcasts and has a 500:1 contrast ratio. Its built-in recording function fits 10 hours onto 2GB of internal memory, and it can also detect delayed programming. It even has an FM/AM radio and stereo speakers in its diminutive 2.3 x 3.9 x 0.6-inch frame. Available in both black and white, the XDV-D500 will be released in April for ¥38,000 (around $400) [AV Watch]