The 32-inch Sony BRAVIA is a full HD 1080p television with a USB port that is compatible with numerous digital mediums, including a USB stick. This also includes the most common file types used for encoding digital movies, including MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVI, WMV and MKV files.
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The term BRAVIA is an acronym, and it stands for "Best Resolution Audio Visual Integrated Architecture." All high definition flat-panel televisions with the BRAVIA name are premium devices with a high level of compatibility with numerous digital formats.
The most common files used for the encoding of digital video are AVI files, as they are compatible with most versions of Microsoft Windows, easily the most popular operating system in the world. BRAVIA televisions play AVI files direct from a USB stick as well as other common files such as MP4, which is common on portable video players.
The BRAVIA television also sports two HDMI ports, allowing for easy compatibility with other devices around the house. Desktop and laptop computers are particularly easy to view on a HDMI compatible television, allowing users to watch movies and listen to music directly from a computer or laptop on a larger and more impressive screen.