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Sharp’s Solar Panels, Quattron & 3D Projectors

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 4, 2010

Sharp Philippines showcased a bunch of new products ranging from LED lighting, to solar panels, LCD TVs and 3D projectors. Sharps' Aquos line of LCD/LED TVs now have an additional color over the stadard RGB colors with sizes 40", 46" and 52" (Aquos LE820). Called the Quattron quad-pixel technology, the four-primary-color consists of Red, Green, Blue and Yellow making the display crisper and better contrast. Sharp is also one of the few LCD manufacturers that make their own display. Sharp's been making solar panels as early as 1959 and the ones they showcased were fit for commercial and residential use.…

Sharp unveils two new funky TV sets

Relevance: 99%      Posted on: October 22, 2007

This was supposed to be last week's coverage but I got side-tracked. Last Friday, Sharp Electronics unveiled their new line of 21" and 29" TV sets -- the Great Alexander and the Alexander PRO series. See pictures after the jump. The distinguishing feature includes bigger built-in speakers in a what I would call a rather retro design. Sharp is more commonly known for their popular line of Aquos LCD TVs, so this one is a clear departure from their usual approach. Of course, they stressed this line-up to be more audibly superior compared to other competing brands of the same…

Sharp develops 4.1-inch LCD with 736ppi resolution

Relevance: 98%      Posted on: November 13, 2014

Sharp Corp has announced that it has recently developed a 4.1-inch IGZO LCD panel that packs a rich resolution of 736ppi. Sharp's newly-developed display is an IGZO LCD panel that measures 4.1-inches with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 (WQXGA) or equal to 736ppi. According to Sharp, the 4.1-inch 736ppi IGZO panel matches the resolution of a 6-inch 4K panel, and it was able to do so by utilizing pixels that are just 11.5µm in size. Image via Gizmodo This breaks new grounds for the company as the highest-resolution LCD panel it has developed so far is a low-temperature polycrystalline…

Sharp outs 443ppi displays for 5-inch phones

Relevance: 97%      Posted on: October 3, 2012

Sharp looks to improve the display of 5-inch smartphone of tomorrow by providing smartphone manufacturers a Full HD display with a pixel density of 443. Along with the 1080p resolution, the display also boasts a very good viewing angle thanks to the Japanese manufacturer's GS Silicon technology. The display giant mentioned that mass production of the said display will start on the latter part of this month. Although Sharp refused to comment on which manufacturer will be using this recently announced display, we have a hunch that Oppo Find 5 (which we featured just recently) will be one of the…

Sharp releases its first 4K 32-inch LED panel

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: November 28, 2012

If you’re line of work requires you to have a top of the line monitor, then Sharp’s 32-inch IGZO-inspired 4K LED panel called PN-K321 may just be the right tool for you. A fair caution though, this bad boy ain’t cheap, so you better be prepared for its eye-watering price. For the benefit of those uninformed, 4K resolution (3,840 x 2,160) is 4-times better than the Full-HD (1920 x 1080). Slap that resolution to a 32-inch monitor and you got yourself a pixel density of 443ppi. While some may argue about the benefits of having that high pixel density on…

Sharp Aquos SH930W with 1080p display lands for Php19k

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: January 25, 2013

A couple of weeks ago, Sharp launched a number of handsets in the Philippines. The flagship unit is this Sharp SH930W Aquos phone that sports a full HD 1080p display, the first one in the Philippines. Sharp has only recently entered the mobile phone market in the Philippines but they're heavily banking on their strength in the display technology (Sharp IGZO display). They are probably the first one to actually ship a full HD 1080p smartphone in the Philippines (Sharp SH930W Aquos phone). Although the screen size is already at 5 inches, the entire body of the handset is actually…

Sharp announces Aquos Phone Xx 302Sh in Japan

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: April 8, 2014

Sharp has announced in Japan its new smartphone flagship that features a 5.2-inch Full HD display, thin bezels, and 16.3 megapixel camera - the Aquos Phone Xx 302Sh. The Sharp Aquos Phone Xx 302Sh sports a 5.2-inch Full HD (424ppi) IGZO display, 32GB internal storage, microSD card support, 16.3 megapixel f/1.9 rear camera, 12 megapixel front camera, and LTE connectivity. Powering the device is a quad-core Snapdragon 800 chipset, 2GB of RAM, 2,600mAh battery, and Android 4.2 Jellybean. All of those specs are housed in a compact, but not so slim, IP57-certified body measuring 132 x 70 x 9.9 mm…

Sharp equips LCD TVs with Moth-eye film

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: October 8, 2012

Sharp tackles screen reflection issues by equipping large LCD TVs with an anti-reflection film called Moth-Eye. The Moth-Eye film consists of an uneven surface with regularly-arranged protrusions or tiny bumps that measures several hundred nanometers on its surface. As a result, light won't bounce back off it and reflections don't occur or are greatly reduced. However, the Moth-Eye's strength can be an issue when applied to a large screen. To solve the problem, Sharp collaborated with Dai Nippon Printing Co. Ltd to make an adhesive that allows the Moth-Eye to be applied on large screens without any problem. Although a…

Sharp introduces the Free-Form Display

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: June 19, 2014

Sharp has developed a new display technology called the Free-Form Display that will soon allow commercial technology to feature displays of different shapes depending on the application. Current display technology require its shape to be rectangular "because they require a minimal width for the bezel in order to accommodate the drive circuit, called the gate driver, around the perimeter of the screen's display area." In the case of the Free-Form Display, "the gate driver's function is dispersed throughout the pixels on the display area. This allows the bezel to be shrunk considerably, and it gives the freedom to design the…

Sharp intros first TV lineup with Moth-Eye technology

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: October 29, 2012

Sharp says goodbye to TV glare and unwanted reflections with the introduction of its first lineup of LCD TVs with Moth-Eye technology - the AQUOS Quattron 3D XL series. Remember the Moth-Eye technology we previously reported? To speed you up on things, this tech is a special film or panel that Sharp uses on its large TV displays to eliminate, or at least, greatly reduce glare and reflections. The AQUOS Quattron 3D XL TV line uses the same technology backed up by a 1920 x 1080 resolution , 10 million to 1 contrast ratio and Sharp's four primary color technology…