Internet TV's: Sharp Aquos SE94U Series With Aquos Net
Sharp's popular Aquos lineup of LCD's got an upgrade at CES with the showcasing of the new SE94U series with Aquos Net. The high-end series features a display that is 28% thinner that previous Aquos models thanks to an upgraded backlight system in its ASV panel, as well as a 27000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and a 120 Hz frame rate. A 4 ms response time, 3 HDMI inputs and dual HD component terminals round out the critical features. The lineup will come in three sizes: a 65 inch model, to be released this month with an MSRP of $10999, a 52 inch model to be released this month or next for $4199, and a 46 inch diplay priced at $3199 in February.
Aquos Net, which connects through an ethernet jack, allows users to download supported widgets and connect to Sharp's technical support team in real-time through your TV, all part of the eventual move to internet-supporting televisions.
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Posted by Justin Davey at January 13, 2008 11:00 AM