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.
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.
Sharp's small-screen LCD TV is a natural for kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms, and it makes a fine computer monitor--but it can't display HDTV.