January 26, 2010 | Posted At: 10:34 AM | Author: Brian Nadel | Category: Hardware
If you thought that current TVs and classroom monitors are colorful enough, hold onto your box of 64 Crayons because Sharp’s next generation Aquos LED LCD TVs can show a trillion colors. The 68-inch LE920 set is absolutely stunning, from its 1.6-inch profile to its single pillar stand. Inside is an edge-lit LED system that employs four filters to create an incredible variety of individual colors in HD resolution. ON top of four HDMI ports and a USB connection, the system has a wired networking so that it can tap into the Internet with a variety of online apps. It should be on sale by late spring.
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