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September 15, 2012

Sharp outs 60, 70 and 80-inch Aquos LED TVs

In line with their 30th anniversary, Sharp introduced new products this afternoon, including a massive 80-inch Aquos LED TV, the biggest in the local market ever introduced.

Showcased during the event are other Sharp appliances but the 60”, 70” and 80” Aquos TVs are the main treat. All powered by Sharp’s Quattron 3D technology that has a 4-primary color system integrated with X-Gen panel and LED backlight. This means a more natural color reproduction, enhanced details, excellent viewing angles and less light leakage.

The Aquos line is also a Smart TV so you can connect to the internet and surf the web. You can also make Skype calls provided that you have a Skype camera.

If you have the cash, prepare to shell out Php246,700 for the 60-inch, Php377,800 for the 70-inch, and Php600,000 for the whopping 80-inch.

8 Responses to “Sharp outs 60, 70 and 80-inch Aquos LED TVs”

  1. daniel says:



  2. Super Mario says:

    imagine watching p0rn on that. @.@

  3. User1 says:

    Yung 3D na porn.

  4. Mr. Curious says:

    Prototype 2 on that screen?!

  5. martin says:

    maganda dyan DIABLO III… :)

  6. Yikes... says:

    There are bad reviews on the net on Sharp’s 60″ and 70″ Aquos line of TV’s. Consumers say the TVs are too grainy compared to competition. Are these new Aquos line of TVs fixed of those problems raised from reviews (well, for the new prices)?

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This article was written by Louie Diangson, Senior Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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