.Sharp intros its latest LC-19D44U AQUOS liquid crystal television at the CEDIA EXPO 2007. This is company’s first widescreen 19-inch LCD TV in most popular AQUOS line. Sharp’s LC-19D44U features 50,000-hour lamp life, true 16:9 aspect ratio and 1366 x 768 resolution to deliver a stunning high-definition picture. Now view movies without the appearance of distracting black bars.  The detachable stand allows consumers to place the TV on a table or mount it to a wall with proper accessories, including the Sharp AN-PSMARM articulating bracket.

One can install this 19-inch LCD anywhere including kitchens, bedrooms and offices. Reinforcing digital television technology, Sharp LC-19D44U equips ATSC/NTSC tuners to receive off-air broadcasts along with QAM tuner for digital cable programming. Good to know it can also be used as a PC monitor as it comes equipped with PC input. The LC-19D44U will be reaching stores in October at an MSRP of $649.00.

“Today’s consumers are looking for TVs that can display movies and HDTV programming in their original widescreen format,” said Bruce Tripido, associate vice president, marketing, Entertainment Products Division, Sharp.  “Sharp is already well known for delivering the true high-definition experience in our wide-ranging line of large-screen TVs. Now we’re bringing that full-screen experience to smaller TVs as well.”

Via: VPO