Sharp loves creating massive TVs, and the world’s first 85″ 8K4K TV it revealed previously is testament to that statement. While we’re still many years away from owning such a display (or any suitable content for a TV of that resolution for that matter), Sharp has decided to introduce a more consumer friendly (but still large) LED LCD TV. Today, the company unveiled the 80″ AQUOS LC-80LE632U.
Measuring 80″ diagonally, the Smart TV has a full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution, has built-in WiFi, access to apps like Netflix, CinemaNow, VUDU, as well as Sharp’s exclusive AQUOS Advantage Live online support. It features a full array LED backlighting system that ensures uniformity in both color and brightness all across the TV, with an incredible dynamic contrast ratio of 6,000,000:1. It also employs 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced technology which helps to eliminate blur and motion artifacts in fast-moving video.
The LC-80LE632U has a depth of less than 4″, which is pretty slim for a TV of its size. It also has dual USB inputs which can be used to view content straight off USB drives and hard disks. The TV will be available in early October with an MSRP of $5,499.99.
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