Sharp's recent run of releasing oversized television looks set to continue with a new 80-inch AQUOS 3D TV unveiled at CES 2012 ahead of an April release
Having outed an 80-inch touchscreen TV during the opening stages of its CES 2012 press conference Japanese tech manufacturer Sharp has revealed it is to launch an 80-inch 3D LCD television later this year.
Following the arrival of the company's first 80-inch behemoth late last year Sharp has confirmed that 2012 will see the launch of its first 80-inch 3D TV with the oversized television to join the company's four colour AQUOS Quattron brand and boast twice the screen real-estate of a 55-inch offering.
Sharp AQUOS 80-inch 3D TV Specs
Playing host to the company's full array of high-end innards the plus sized AQUOS TV is to land boasting access to the internet connected Sharp SmartCentral app outlet with 240hz processing power and local dimming LEDs offering a responsive viewing experience.
Pairing with 3D specs allowing users to enjoy the extra-dimensional viewing experience the 80-inch 3D TV will feature the screen space equivalent of 266 smartphones and will feature inbuilt Wi-Fi connectivity.
Sharp AQUOS 80-inch 3D TV Release Date
With Sharp yet to officially out the price of its newly unveiled 3D capable 80-inch monster the world's leading supplier of TVs 60-inches and over has confirmed a Sharp AQUOS 80-inch 3D TV release date will take place in April of this year.
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