Sharp has just made their Sharp 4K Ultra HD LED TV available to the masses, and they are asking a cool $7,500 a pop for it. Just so that you know, the Sharp 4K Ultra HD LED TV comes with a catalog of bragging rights, including being the first THX 4K Certified TV and only 70″ Class Ultra HD TV in the world, at least for the time being until some other company decides to roll out something larger and better.
Just what kind of performance do you expect from a monster like this? For starters, you will be able to enjoy four times the pixel resolution of high definition and Sharp’s proprietary Revelation 4K Upscaler, making sure that whatever you watch on the AQUOS 4K Ultra HD LED TV, it will look as though it is sharper, more realistic, and of course, more stunning. Sharp claims that “everything you watch on the AQUOS 4K Ultra HD LED TV, regardless of whether or not it is native 4K (3840 x 2160) content, can be seen in 4K detail.” Hmmm, this would mean the actors and actresses being filmed had better start taking good care of their skin so that their complexion would not show up with all the flaws!
With an integrated Revelation 4K Upscaler, it is capable of converting all content into 4K resolution. It does so by using a dual-core processor that fine-tunes the original signal for optimal picture quality, followed by analyzing and intelligently enhancing the content to create a 4K image. Are you ready to break the bank with this bad boy? [Press Release]
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