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Sharp AQUOS 4K LED TVs debut with THX certification

Sharp AQUOS 4K LED TVs debut with THX certification

If there's one certification process you're going to want to pass with your newest 4K TV here in 2014, it's THX. Sharp have gone through said process with their newest UD27 line of Ultra HD (aka 4K) TVs, bringing on sets that've therefor passed more than 400 picture quality tests set up by THX. Precise color, sharpness, and richness throughout. Two new model Sharp AQUOS TV sets are coming soon - they're great, but unless your wallet is busting, they might just be out of your price range.

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Sharp redefines “edge-to-edge” smartphone display

Sharp redefines “edge-to-edge” smartphone display

This week the folks at Sharp have let loose images and hands-on with their new "Aquos Crystal" phone. This device runs Android and will be sent up by carriers with VoLTE, but the most important feature is the most obvious: a near bezel-less front panel. When we first heard the term "edge-to-edge display", this is what we were thinking.

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Sharp reveals 2012 AQUOS TV lineup

Sharp reveals 2012 AQUOS TV lineup

The folks at Sharp are this week revealing their 2012 lineup for televisions and it's the AQUOS brand they'll be sticking with for units ranging from a modest 42-inches all the way up to the gigantic 80-inch flagships. This lineup will bring the 5 and 6-series AQUOS LCD TVs with the relatively small 42-inch LC-42LE540U at $900 up to the 70-inch LC-70LE640U which will ring in at $3,000. Up on the higher end side of things you'll see the flagship 80-inch LC-80LE844U 3D TV for just a bit more: $6,000 MSRP.

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SoftBank 007SH KT Hello Kitty Android Gingerbread Phone For The Win

SoftBank 007SH KT Hello Kitty Android Gingerbread Phone For The Win

Welcome to the greatest Android device on the market today. I'm only half joking, as the specs on this very gaudy looking device are certainly nothing to scoff at, and it boasts the very strange accomplishment of being the second clamshell device running Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The first was of course the AQUOS PHONE THE HYBRID 007SH, essentially the same basic components this device is built on. Yesterday we got a glimpse of the Yahoo! Android phone from Sharp AQUOS, today we get the next rebranded handset in the Hello Kitty Android flip phone. Is this just a Japanese fad, or are cross-brand re-releases of Android devices on the horizon?

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Sharp AQUOS Quattron LE830 Series HDTVs now shipping with extra pixels

Sharp AQUOS Quattron LE830 Series HDTVs now shipping with extra pixels

Sharp has begun shipping its latest Smart TV sets, the AQUOS Quattron LE830 Series. Available in four sizes - 40-, 46-, 52- and 60-inches - each LE830 model packs integrated WiFi along with CinemaNow, Netflix and VUDU streaming, and DLNA support.

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Sharp BD-HP90 3D Blu-ray Player Lands in Japan November 20th

Sharp BD-HP90 3D Blu-ray Player Lands in Japan November 20th

Yesterday, Sharp announced that the company's GALAPAGOS mobile phones would be getting 3D gaming, courtesy of Capcom and others, but that's not all the 3D love the company has in store for the future. Sharp has officially unveiled their brand new BD-HP90 3D Blu-ray player as well, packing plenty of features into an extremely small package.

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Sharp AQUOS BD-AV70 35mm-thick 3D Blu-ray recorder arrives Dec 1

Sharp AQUOS BD-AV70 35mm-thick 3D Blu-ray recorder arrives Dec 1

Sharp Japan has announced a release date for what it claims is the thinnest 3D-capable Blu-ray recorder, the Sharp AQUOS BD-AV70.  Measuring just 35mm high, the AV70 can squeeze up to 87 hours of video onto a single BDXL disc, and will arrive in Japan on December 1 2010.

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Sharp LC-52LB3 & LC-46LB3 AQUOS Quattron 3D LCD TVs Unveiled

Sharp LC-52LB3 & LC-46LB3 AQUOS Quattron 3D LCD TVs Unveiled

For TV manufacturers, getting the best quality picture to the consumer is a top priority. For Sharp, they've tried to reach that goal by introducing TVs with the Quattron technology, which successfully adds a fourth color (yellow) to the standard Red, Green, Blue. The result is a sharper image, and better colors on the screen. The same technology is now going into their brand new LC-52-LB3 and LC-46LB3 AQUOS Quattron 3D LCD TVs, which were just announced by the company.

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Sharp AQUOS LC-65E77UM 65-inch HDTV debuts

Sharp AQUOS LC-65E77UM 65-inch HDTV debuts

Sharp have outed two new HDTVs, and they reckon they've managed to make them both huge and "competitively priced".  The 65-inch Sharp AQUOS LC-65E77UM and 60-inch Sharp AQUOS LC-60E77UN each pack full 1080p HD resolution together with 120Hz frame rate and 4ms response time.

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Sharp AQUOS LC52LE700UN LED HDTV Reasonably Priced and Available

Sharp AQUOS LC52LE700UN LED HDTV Reasonably Priced and Available

Sharp just released another excellent 52-inch HDTV, which adds another phenomenal set to their AQUOS line. It supports full high definition at 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, and it pushes out a 120Hz refresh rate for smoother on-screen motion. And for all you sports fans and gamers, the 4-millisecond response time makes this great for watching and playing.

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Sharp AQUOS LED-backlit HDTVs

Sharp AQUOS LED-backlit HDTVs

Sharp have announced a new range of AQUOS LED-backlit LCD TVs, the LE700 series, ranging in size from 32- to 52-inches.  Each offering Full HD 1080p, they use Sharp's X-Gen LCD panel with 10-bit processing and a dynamic contrast ratio in excess of 2,000,000:1.

 

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Sharp AQUOS D-Series TVs get Yahoo video

Sharp AQUOS D-Series TVs get Yahoo video

Sharp launched their AQUOS D-Series this morning in Japan, which shows a real effort to enter the Internet-equipped TV market. By means of an Ethernet connection, these TVs can hook up to the Internet and stream content straight onto the screen.

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