You know just how slim and thin TVs have become these days, and where they are far ahead of the first LCD or plasma TV that rolled out. Sharp intends to further extend progress in that department with the AQUOS F5 Series of LED TVs, boasting a completely redesigned architecture which will arrive in an extremely simple package that comprises of a mere 5 layers, TV bezel included. That ought to give you an idea on just how slim it is, no?

Depending on your needs and budget, the Sharp AQUOS F5 Series LED TVs will come in a quartet of sizes, starting from 20″ and going all the way to 60″, with 32” and 40” models sandwiched in between. You (and your wall shelf) might be surprised to hear that the 60″ F5 Series will tip the scales at a mere 21kg, sporting a thickness of just 37.2mm.

Expect the 60” LC-60F5 and 40” LC-40F5 models to feature Full HD resolution in addition to a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, while the 20” LC-20F5 and 32” LC-32F5 will have a lower resolution of 1,366 × 768), with a contrast ratio that is far lower at 400,000:1.

Wireless connectivity has been thrown into the mix, where these TVs will feature a remote Digital TV Tuner and is fully compatible with Sharp AQUOS City, Sharp smartphones in addition to a plethora of Japanese video-on-demand services.

Sharp intends to roll out the new AQUOS F5 Series from early next month onwards, starting with the 32” and 40” models, while the 20″ and 60″ models will arrive at the end of October.

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