This premium 1080p-capable range – a slightly thicker television – may not be as thin as the XS1, but it does offer 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and 450cd/m2 brightness. Sharp also claims an “environmentally conscious design”. Sharp hasn’t mentioned any of its other features at present, but as a premium TV, It should pack in most of Sharp’s audiovisual technologies.
Available in 32, 37, 46, and 52-inch screen sizes and expected around October. No word on pricing yet though.
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