With 25 new LCD TVs, Sharp is presenting its AQUOS team for the start of 2010. This is composed of the AQUOS LE900 series as well as the models in the LE820/822E, LE810/812E and LE320E series. In addition, Sharp’s own RGBY technology is a particular highlight. The addition of the fourth pixel colour, yellow, provides the TV viewer with an even more brilliant television picture and therefore an incomparable experience when watching high-resolution images.
The image quality is the most important deciding criterion when buying a new television. Thanks to RGBY pixel technology, Sharp has been able to increase this aspect of its new LCD TVs. The enlarged colour space and finer display of colour hues are especially noticeable for the display of gold and yellow, green and blue as well as brown hues. The colours are more brilliant and more natural.
In addition, the outstanding environmental characteristics of the new AQUOS LCD TVs are convincing. Here, theLE820/822E and LE810/812E ranges are especially convincing. These were able to once again beat the record set last year by the AQUOS LE705/700E and LE600E series, which were deemed to be power-saving masters– to date, only Shap has been able to manage power consumption of less than 100 Watts at 52 inches (132 centimetres). A final characteristic of the LE812E and LE822E series are the triple tuners, consisting of the integrated digital DVB-T/-C and -S2 tuners.
Sharp LE320E (Picture: Sharp)
The AQUOS LCD-TVs for 2010 also shine in their elegant new outfit. This has been optimised further by Sharp thanks to innovative edge-lit LED backlight technology. The televisions are extremely slim and finished to a high standard – the touch panel control bar, a rotating glass base, illuminated elements, different colour variants or a glass panel that covers the entire surface are the highlights of the six AQUOS ranges.
Sharp LE820E (Picture: Sharp)
The new AQUOS LCD TVs will be launched on the market from March 2010. The launch date, recommended retail prices and important features are indicated in the overview below.