Sharp has unveiled some rather juicy devices today, and we’re talking about its Quattron 3D TVs that will be available in Japan from 30th July in 40, 46, 52 or 60-inch sizes with 1080p resolution panels. If you aren’t already familiar with it, Sharp’s Quattron technology uses a fourth yellow sub pixel to offer you a more vivid color reproduction. With the supplied AN-3DG10 glasses that are available in silver, red or blue, you’ll be able to enjoy 3D videos on this 3.9cm thick LED backlit LCD TV. Additional 3D glasses will set you back 10,000 Yen ($109) a pop. Other useful features of the new Quattron 3D TVs include USB hard drive recording and Wi-Fi support.
To further ensure that you get the full 3D experience, the company has also announced two 3D Blu-ray players, the Sharp Aquos BD-HDW700 and BD-HDW70 that offer 2TB and 1TB hard drives respectively. There isn’t any mention of when these devices will be available internationally, but the company has confirmed that they will be introduced around the globe, and we’re hoping that they won’t take their own sweet time to do so.