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Sharp announces new line of TVs

At the Sharp press event early Monday morning, the company brought a new line of large screen Aquos TVs for 2014.

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Toshi Osawa takes the stage

Sharp CEO Toshi Osawa took the stage to announce the latest product line from Sharp.

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Sharp announces new Aquos product line

Sharp says the Aquos 4K is "finest 4K TV available." The Aquos 4K televisions will be offered in 60 and 70-inch variations.

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Decisions, decisions

Sharp is offering several variations on their top model televisions, with different sizes and price points to fit your preferences as well as your budget.

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Eye-catching HD

During the press event, Sharp showed several colorful demonstrations on a wall of televisions behind center stage.

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Splitting pixels

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New Sharp Universal Player

The new Sharp Universal Player is a hardware component that delivers high definition sound wirelessly. Sharp says the "Sharp Universal Player is the first device to offer wireless high-fidelity sound using the WiSA standard."

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