Sony is steadily marching forward with its news announcements today, and has announced changes in its Bravia range as well as a set of seven new televisions.

The company is rebranding many of its entertainment ranges, including micro-display TVs, home theatre projectors, and home-theatre-in-a-box systems with the Bravia name.

In addition, Sony has launched a networking module called the Bravia Internet Video Link, which will retail for about $300 and ship in July.

The device will give access to internet video programming through streaming broadband, and will be supported by the most recent Sony Bravia TVs as well as V-series, E-series, and XBR LCDs.

The seven new Bravia TVs announced today include two new 1080p V-series models, as well as four new 720p S-series models and a 32-inch KDL-32XBR4 set.

All of them feature the Xross Media Bar user interface for enhanced navigation, a design that was first features on the PSP and PS3.

The 1820 x 1080 TVs are the 46-inch KDL-46V3000 and the 40-inch KDL-40V3000 LCDs that feature Live Color Creation and 10-bit panel display, as well as Theatre Sync, which offers a one-button command that integrates the operation of the TV with external components connected via an HDMI cable.

The S-series all contain their sizes in the name: KDL-26S3000, KDL-32S3000, KDL-40S3000, and KDL-46S3000. These all have a resolution of 1366 x 768 and also include Thatre Sync.

Finally the KDL-32XBR4 features Live Color Creation, Theatre Sync, and Motionflow 120Hz that creates 60 frames between the existing 60 frames to eliminate image blurring and juddering. It offers two HD component inputs, three HDMI inputs, and PC input.

Available this spring and summer, pricing to be announced closer to the launch dates.