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Sharp intro 52 and 47 inch HD LCDs with built-in web browser

Sharp intro 52 and 47 inch HD LCDs with built-in web browser

These serious looking business-people have heard you're not giving Sharp's new range of professional HD displays the respect they deserve, and they're not impressed. The TL-M4600 and TL-M5200 measure 46-inches and 52-inches respectively, with full 1920 x 1080 two-megapixel high-definition resolution. Intended primarily for commercial use, I can see their fan-free passive cooling and ethernet port winning them fans in the home install crowd.

SlashGear Week in Review

SlashGear Week in Review

More speed, more gameplay and more pixels has been the theme of the week, with a variety of new hardware launches and upgrades together with some long awaited titles getting released.  Apple lived up to the rumors and introduced new processors and faster FSB for their iMac range, together with stirring up a little controversy over whether they'd had access to Intel's future product line first.  Faux-Apple hardware also get plenty of attention, as Psystar's OS X-running Open Computer took time out from being sniped at by fanboys to get benchmarked.

Sharp X-Series LCDs get wireless option for easy wall-mounting

Sharp X-Series LCDs get wireless option for easy wall-mounting

Wall-mounting LCD and plasma TVs might look good if done properly, but all too often the cable management leaves HDMI and other cords dangling down the wall. Sharp are offering a solution, in the shape of the WHDI "wireless HDTV" accessory for their new X-Series LCDs. Developed in partnership with AMIMON, the system allows uncompressed HD footage to be sent wirelessly up to 100-feet.

Nokia N810 running Android OS – could be better than OS2008 for the N810

Nokia N810 running Android OS – could be better than OS2008 for the N810

Some enterprising fellows over at eLinux.org have found a way to get Google's Android OS onto a Nokia N810 with its OMAP2 chips, which means this particular hack should also work with some Sharp Zaurus models. Anyways, the Android OS looks simply heavenly on the N810 and just goes to further prove that the OS isn't limited by a cellular connection, it can work on a broad range of mobile devices.

Sharp Reveals World’s Thinnest LCD Flat Panel TV with AQOUS X Series

Sharp Reveals World’s Thinnest LCD Flat Panel TV with AQOUS X Series

News from Far East, the newest AQOUS X series claimed thinnest LCD television ever made, measured just 1.35 inches (34mm). It's 0.15-inch thinner than Hitachi Ultra Thin line of displays. The X trio comes with 3 sizes of 37, 42 and 46 inch models. All three models share similar features like 120Hz double rate conversion, 15,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, Full 1080P with brightness of 450 cd/m2. Don’t get too excited yet, production wouldn’t start until April.

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Sharp LC-32GP3U LCD TVs for gamers

Sharp LC-32GP3U LCD TVs for gamers

Oh, add onto the end of that model number another hyphen (-) and your choice of B, R, or W for Black, Red Wine, or White which are your bezel color choices (are they really marketing to gamers with colors like Red Wine?). They are apparently very bright and offer a 176 degree viewing angle.

New Slim Line Sharp AQUOS for Gaming

New Slim Line Sharp AQUOS for Gaming

Sharp reveals a new member of the slim Line GP3U series AQUOS family today. The 32” (LC-32GP3U) 1080p AQUOS LCD TV features cutting-edge Vyper Drive game mode to reduce lag time between TV and game console and optimize reaction time for the most changing game. The Full 1080/24p display is equipped with plenty of connection options, 3x1.3 HDMI, 2 components, D-sub and a subwoofer audio output.