Sharp unveils new line of Aquos LED TV’s


Sharp has unveiled a new line of Aquos LED TV sets that promise to give you a unique viewing experience. The new Aquos line features advanced pixel control (to reduce light leakage from the backlight when the pixel is black) and a wider aperture (to let more light through when the pixel isn’t black) as well as a 2,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. This state of the art line not only promises to reduce the light leakage but even consumes less power in comparison to other LED’s. The Sharp Aquos LEDs cut power consumption by over a third courtesy an ambient light sensor that automatically adjusts the brightness of the set to keep wattage to a minimum. The above picture displays a demo of the new Sharp TV alongside another LED TV and the digital readouts allegedly show the power consumption. Prooving that Sharp Aquos consumption is very much lower. The new line is available in a variety of sizes ranging from 32 to 52 inches. These amazing LED’s are priced from $1,100 to $2,800 according to size.
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