Sharp has just announced its latest 3D TV that sports Quattron technology (formerly known as QuadPixel) which will include yellow to the standard red, green and blue colors which are used in traditional TV sets. Yellow is touted to increase brightness by 1.8 times compared to traditional sets, doing so while expanding the color gamut of the sets and rendering more realistic colors. This 60-inch set will need active shutter glasses if you were to enjoy the stereoscopic 3D action, which isn’t too different from offerings from its rivals. Other features include Sharp’s Super Edge LED backlighting and Aquos Net Plus for Internet accessibility. It will cost around $5,385 after conversion in the UK, with no confirmation of a US launch to date.
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