Sharp has no qualms about taking the plunge into the world of stereoscopic 3D, and they have done so boldly with the Quattron LE 925 series LCD TV. This 3D capable TV will adopt a similar quad-pixel technology that currently sees action in its high-end 2D sets, delivering more accurate color simply because of a dedicated yellow pixel. According to Sharp, their latest LCD technology makes it more than suitable for 3D playback simply because it delivers brighter images required to counteract the dimming effect of 3D glasses. Capable of performing both 2D to 3D conversion and 3D to 2D conversion, it ought to raise an eyebrow, as it becomes family friendly and caters to different people who might or might not find 3D movies easy on their eyes. The 60-inch and 52-inch LE 925 models will retail for $5,299.99 and $4,199.99, respectively, although there have been no launch dates attached to either model just yet.
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