Sharp Network Aquos Video
From CES 2008, Brian Tong takes a look at the Sharp Aquos LC-52SE94U, available in 3 different sizes at 1080p.
For people craving a colossal flat-screen TV who don't want a plasma or a projector, the 70-inch Sharp LC-70LE73U series LED-based LCD offers very good picture quality, especially in bright rooms.
At CES 2014 in Las Vegas, Sharp unveils the Aquos 4K, Aquos Q, and what Sharp President John Herrington called a "game-changer" TV, the Aquos Quattron+, which has 10 million more subpixels than full HD. Sharp will release these TVs in a matter of weeks.
Excellent energy savings and decent picture quality make the Sharp LC-52D65U a solid value among bigger-screen LCDs.
The Sharp LC-46D85U's picture quality issues will give many potential buyers pause, but its dejudder-free 120Hz refresh rate might find some fans.
Although it's blessed with a solid feature set, the picture quality of Sharp LC-LE830U series falls short of most LED-based LCD TVs we've tested.
You can watch TV anywhere these days, so why not on your computer? Installing a TV tuner card is easy--follow these instructions, and you'll be channel surfing in no time.
This sharp-looking LCD will satisfy casual viewers, but you'll have to look elsewhere for PC and HDTV compatibility.
Get a first look at Sharp's new 20-inch LCD television in action.
If you must have a large-screen LCD, this one's a decent choice, although plasma does offer better value.