CES 2014 has come and gone, and that was when Sharp of Japan introduced a slew of new HDTVs for the masses under their Aquos branding. Well, we are glad to bring you word that some of the announced devices have started to become available for purchase for those of us living in the good ol’ US of A. For instance, the Sharp Quattron+ range can be purchased if you have the right amount of money, which happens to comprise of a bunch of 2014 Aquos televisions which will boast of the latest technology from Sharp within, where among them include a revamped SmartCentral platform. Not only that, the Quattron+ technology that has been thrown into the mix has been described by Sharp to be able to “accept a 4K signal and play it back at near-4K resolution, with an effective resolution of 3,840 x 2,160.”
That kind of technical jargon can be whittled down to basically this – the new Aquos TVs will be able to receive a 4K video signal, and while it does not have the resolution count to display everything in 4K goodness, your eyes would be far from disappointed with an effective resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels, which are still a whole lot more compared to your regular Full HD TV. Arriving in 60”, 70” and 80” sizes, they would be priced anywhere from $2,500 to $6,000.