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Sharp adds photo feature to TVs

Sharp announced two new TV models that can display digital photographs stored on common media formats. The 15-inch and 20-inch versions of the SharpVision Aquos will come with a PCMCIA slot with an adapter that will accept most popular formats of removable memory cards. People can view photos and run slide shows by inserting a memory card from their digital cameras. The televisions sell for $1,700 and $2,700, respectively.

Sharp announced two new TV models that can display digital photographs stored on common media formats. The 15-inch and 20-inch versions of the SharpVision Aquos will come with a PCMCIA slot with an adapter that will accept most popular formats of removable memory cards.

People can view photos and run slide shows by inserting a memory card from their digital cameras. The televisions sell for $1,700 and $2,700, respectively.