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Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Sharp Unveils 80-inch LED LCD TV


Sharp today introduced the largest LED LCD TV to date, the 80-inch AQUOS (80-inch diagonal) LC-80LE632U. This new TV is a full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) Smart TV, equipped with built-in Wi-Fi and access to apps like Netflix, CinemaNow and VUDU as well as Sharp's exclusive AQUOS Advantage LIVE online support.

The AQUOS 80-inch LED LCD TV delivers more than double the screen area of a 55-inch TV and features a full array LED backlighting system to ensure uniformity in both color and brightness from edge to edge and corner to corner while also enabling a dynamic contrast ratio of 6,000,000:1. Additionally, the LC-80LE632U employs 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced which eliminates blur and motion artifacts in fast-moving video. At a depth of less than four inches, the new AQUOS 80" is a stylish replacement for similar screen size rear-projection TVs, with depth of almost two feet.

With AQUOS Advantage LIVE, Sharp AQUOS Advantage Advisors can remotely connect to the TV through the Internet to assist with TV setup, troubleshoot and optimize the picture quality.

The LC-80LE632U is the centerpiece to Sharp's large-screen push of 2011, following the release of five Sharp AQUOS 70-inch class TVs and 10 AQUOS 60-inch class TVs.

The AQUOS LC-80LE632U Television features:

- 80-inch Class (80-inch diagonal)
- Smart TV - delivers Netflix, CinemaNow and VUDU streaming video, customized Internet content and live customer support via built-in Wi-Fi;
- AQUOS Advantage LIVE - a suite of connected services featuring the ability for AQUOS Advantage Advisors to remotely assist users with setup and settings management directly over the Internet, right in the comfort of their own home;
- Full HD 1080p X-Gen LCD Panel - with 10-bit processing is designed with advanced pixel control to minimize light leakage and wider aperture to let more light through;
- Vyper Drive - game mode eliminates perceptible lag between video game consoles and the TV display;
- Dual USB Inputs - enable viewing high-resolution video, music and digital photos on the TV;
- 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced ? for improved fast motion picture quality

LC-80LE632U will be available in early October with an MSRP of $5,499.99 (US).



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