LAS VEGAS -- Sharp is known for abiding by the "go big or go home" mantra each year at the International CES, showing off the largest and most outlandish televisions in the mode of "because we can" more than any other strategy.
And it pays off. At last year's CES, Sharp stole the show with its eye-popping line of-- including the Aquos 90-inch set that clocks in as "the world's largest LED TV" -- and touted its the year before.
This year, as Ultra HD has become more or less standard from the big TV makers, the focus will be not so much on quality jumps as much as on style and software. Still, we can still expect Sharp to surprise.
Sharp will hold its press conference at 9 a.m. PT on Monday at CES. CNET editor Ty Pendlebury, photographer James Martin, and I will be on hand to offer real-time news updates, photos, and running commentary throughout the event.
You can check out the live blog here:
ScribbleLive is our live blog tool of choice, so expect text and photos to start flowing in 15 minutes prior to the start of the event. See you there.
reading•Sharp at CES 2014: Join us at 9 a.m. PT Monday (live blog)
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