Sharp will release its first 80-inch 3D TV, model LC-80LE844U. It features a full-array backlight and hundreds of apps.
Sharp has unveiled an 'affordable' 80-inch TV, with no fancy features like 3D or local dimming. But it's still massive.
Company shows off a massive, high-resolution touch screen for the workplace, 60-inch-plus TVs with 4K technology to offer "natural 3D-like images," and portable, light-weight TV screens.
The new smart board lets users collaborate and share information between themselves. It is integrated with Microsoft Windows 7 and Office.
Sharp has unveiled the largest LED-backlit TV on the market with the 80-inch LC-80LE632U. It's coming in the next few weeks.
We blow up some text on the iPad 2 and new iPad 3 to compare, check out some big new ultrabooks, and marvel at a huge 80-inch TV.
Sharp has announced its 6 series televisions for 2013, which, while they include a mix of 3D and non-3D models, will all have Smart TV features.
Sharp debuts approximately twenty 60-inch plus class TV models at the start of CES 2013.
Sharp's biggest displays are also getting heavier -- with digital content.
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