Sharp scores another first in the HDTV category with the unveiling of the Sharp Aquos DX that comes with a Blu-ray burner. The presence of a Blu-ray burner is perhaps the catch here although it also comes with a built-in TV tuner where the owners can easily record broadcasted TV shows into Blu-ray discs.
Sharp has recently launched a new liquid crystal television AQUOS PC-AX80V which comes in three colors White (PC-AX80V-W), Black (PC-AX80V-B) and Red (PC-AX80V-R). The desktop comes with a multi-card reader, a dual layer DVD writer, HDMI / VGA out, Fire wire, four USB 2.
Chances are you think about George Takei’s immortal “Oh, my!” whenever you think of the Sharp Quattron. It’s hard not to, frankly. But this is about more than an old Asian guy getting an eyeful of awesome color, this is about a sweet piece of hardware.
Sharp has revealed a new LDC TV that not only makes 1080p look childish, but even dwarfs 4K. The new display, called Super Hi-Vision LCD, has a resolution of a whopping 7,680 x 4,320 – that’s 33 megapixel of resolution on a screen.
. The bigger, the better, right? Well, when it comes to TVs, anyways, that notion usually rings true. Now Sharp has revealed the biggest LDC they’ve ever made: the 70 inch LC-70LE732U, which also becomes the largest LDC TV on the market today, with most of its competitors barely breaking the 60″ barrier.
. Seeing how manufacturers across the board are hopping on the 3D display boat, it’s no surprise that a whole slew of different accessory manufacturers are doing the same. Today, Sharp has announced three brand new decently priced 3D Blu-ray players set for the market.
Sharp has been doing some great tricks like a 108 inch LCD TV these days, and they have just announced three new Blu-ray players the BD-HP75U, the BD-HP35U, and the BD-HP25U. As far as I can tell, they are pretty identical as far as their features are concerned.
We just got done telling you about both the NBA Finals and Masters Tournament coming to ESPN 3D which is great news but without a 3D display it won’t mean anything to you. Luckily, there is certainly no drought of 3D enabled displays on the market with the latest of such coming from Sharp dubbed
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