This funky looking phone is the first to use Sharp's Aquos display and comes to Sprint soon.
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This 60-inch LCD TV should fill the viewing space in most rooms, but with its washed-out blacks and prominent edge-lighting splotches, it's difficult to recommend, especially for those who like to turn the lights off.
Typical price: $2,499.00
Sharp's no-bezel smartphone offers premium design at an affordable price.
Boasting a unique no-bezel design, the Sharp Aquos Crystal is the company's first phone to be available in North America in years.
The Sharp LC42PD7X is the best 42inch LCD panel on the market. It isn't perfect, but its incredible image quality and reasonable price point outweigh any minor shortcomings.
Typical price: $3,299.00
Sharp has ticked all the boxes for launching a seriously tantalising LCD offering, including larger size options, HD tuners, 1080p resolution and a stylish design.
Typical price: $9,999.00
If you are uninterested in advanced network features and 3D, but want a truly big TV picture, then the Sharp Aquos Quattron LC-70LE735X is for you.
Typical price: $4,799.00
A 37inch LCD TV with an integrated analogue tuner and excellent image quality.
Typical price: $3,899.00
The Aquos LC-32GA4X is a solid performer, combining crisp, clean pictures and good overall performance. With the attached speakers and Dolby Virtual Surround sound, it is a great fit for those who want to get started building a home theatre but don’t want to break the bank.
Typical price: $3,199.00
At CES 2014 in Las Vegas, Sharp unveils the Aquos 4K, Aquos Q, and what Sharp President John Herrington called a "game-changer" TV, the Aquos Quattron+, which has 10 million more subpixels than full HD. Sharp will release these TVs in a matter of weeks.