Late yesterday, we read about how Foxconn has just announced their 70” 4k2k LCD TV, here we are with yet another behemoth for the living room – the Sharp 70″ AQUOS Ultra HD LED TV (model number LC-70UD1U), which happens to be the Japanese company’s first Ultra High Definition (UHD) TV that will arrive on the US market. We are talking about having four times the pixel resolution of high definition, and your eyes will definitely appreciate the crisp and detailed images which are sure to have you grabbing the edge of your seats every single time.
This is also the only TV to receive the coveted THX 4K certification, where the AQUOS Ultra HD LED TV is said to enhance just about anything you watch today, delivering impeccable detail and clarity along the way. Imagine staring into over eight million pixels at 3840×2160 resolution, and the dual-core processor located within will fine-tune the original signal for optimal picture quality. The AQUOS Ultra HD LED TV is tipped to ship to retailers nationwide from the middle of August this year at $7,999.99 a pop. [Press Release]RELATED
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