Sharp has placed the emphasis on big screen TVs at this year's CES in Las Vegas, by using its keynote address to show off the 6, 7 and 8-Series Aquos LED TV line up. The new 60, 70 and 80 inch 1080p TVs, all of which will be available to buy in March, all boast Quattron 'colour intensification' technology, built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, 240Hz refresh rates and active 3D technology.
All 11 sets also look rather swoon-worthy, featuring slim screen-bezels with the 7 and 8 Series cast in a silver finish with diamond cut edges and what Sharp's calling a "floating" stand. Prices start at $1,499.
“It’s simple: consumers want big screens with excellent picture quality, something that Sharp is uniquely able to deliver,” said John Herrington, President of Sharp Electronics Marketing Company of America.
“We’re gearing up to extend our leadership in the large screen LED TV market with our finest AQUOS line-up ever, including more choices in large screen LED TVs, more Quattron models and iconic designs.”