I wanna leave you with a glimpse of an amazing innovation that our Sharp engineers have developed.
It's called Aquos Freestyle and it's truly a moving experience.
Making it's US debut today, Aquos Freestyle provides flexibility and mobility within the home.
You see here 3 screen sizes, 20 inch, 32 inch, 40 inch and you can see the 60 inch at the Sharp booth.
Aquos Freestyle features and incredibly slim and light design which allows it to be easily positioned just about anywhere in the home where there's a power outlet.
The 20 inch weighing at just 5-1/2 lbs, also has a battery and an optional handle for true mobility.
Each model provides Wi-Fi connectivity for you to wirelessly access content from other devices such as cable boxes, blue ray players, smartphones and video on demand services.
So now you can have your high definition picture and take it with you to any room including outside, on your patio.
CNET UK at CES 2012
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