Deciding to start CES 2011 in quite a grand manner, Sharp has just announced the launch of a huge, 70-inch AQUOS Quattron LED LCD TV, the LC-70LE732U, but that's not all the company has in store, since they've also joined the 3D trend with a couple of new devices.
AQUOS Quattron LC-70LE732U LED LCD TV offers full HD 1080p image resolution and 120Hz refresh rate, attained with the help of Sharp’s proprietary X-Gen panel with Quattron Quad Pixel Technology and full array LED backlighting.
Moreover, it's also important to point out the fact that the LC-70LE732U offers plenty of the features we've come to expect from modern, high-end HDTVs, such as built-in WiFi and access to apps like Facebook, Pandora, Twitter, and Flickr through VUDU, and on-demand movies through Netflix, VUDU and CinemaNow.
“The difference between a 70-inch and the typical 55-inch screen TV is by no means incremental. Our new 70-inch AQUOS Quattron LCD TV provides a 62% larger viewing area,” said John Herrington, president, Sharp Electronics Marketing Company of America.
“Sharp makes bigger better with Quattron Quad Pixel Technology and other unique technologies to captivate viewers with colors never before seen on TV,” added Mr. Herrington.
Beside this huge LED HDTV, Sharp also brought to CES 2011 its AQUOS Quattron 835 Series 3D LED LCD TVs, available in 60-, 52-, 46- and 40-inch screen sizes.
All of these 3D displays offer Sharp’s exclusive AquoMotion 240 technology for eliminating image blur and artifacts, Quad Pixel Plus technology to improve image resolution, plus built-in WiFi and plenty of connectivity options.
Sharp's CES 2011 offering is completed by the AQUOS Quattron 830 Series LED LCD TVs, that offer the same features as the 835 series, sans the 3D compatibility.
According to Sharp, the LC-70LE732U will be available in May, the LE835U series in February and the LE830U in March, but, sadly, no pricing details have been yet provided.