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Sharp’s Solar Panels, Quattron & 3D Projectors




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.


They also showed these cool LED lamps. Compared to a regular 60-watt incandescent lamp, an equivalent LED lamp only consumes 7.5 watts. The one on the right even has a remote to control brightness, light color (white or yellow) and on/off switch.


The highlight of the event is this 3D projector that can project both 2D and 3D images. Sharp executives did not specify release dates and price schedules for their new products but commented that it will be priced competitively once released later this year.



Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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13 Responses

  1. Jehgan says:

    I wonder where can I buy solar panels? I would like to learn how green technology works.

  2. have you noticed that consumer electronics spawned beyond the box into lifestyle-centered to home-centric? this has transitioned to be the new focus of these brand giants now, samsung, sharp, panasonic, etc.

  3. Jay says:

    its about time that they sell solar panels for residential use at a realistic price, look at the hybrid cars, matipid nga sa gas pero napaka mahal naman dahil sa government taxes na pinapatong nila, mag gas ka nalang, haaayys

  4. Ryan Ang says:

    yea.. same q.. how much are the solar panels..

    dapat may government incentive talaga kung may green initiative..

  5. Herce says:

    Is this at Computex or localy? Where can we buy a solar panel setup? Do they offer batteries and converters to tie it into a home electrical system?

  6. i would like to make a solar panel on my own. can yuga tell me how to make a solar panel? if you could then i will surely convert my roof space for total solar panel, that will be a great savings for me.

  7. yuga says:

    @herce – they’re all available locally.

    @techiewhaitty – if you get the solar panels from them, I think they will help you with the installation as well.

  8. Darth says:

    I have a full setup around 2kw of solar panels on my roof and its been there for 3 years now. ROI would be 8-10 years but the fun on harvesting energy from the sun is priceless and you I hardly notice the system. No brownout for me.

  9. Syn Villareal says:

    @Darth – Nice. But i’m afraid some kids will play with slingshots and… BANG! crack na ang aking solar panel! waaaaah!

  10. ken says:

    san po maering available near laguna, prices po at ranges

  11. Duane Holub says:

    I am looking for a 70″ Sharp LCD tv in the Philippines and have had no luck trying to track one down. Can anyone help me find a reputable place to buy this tv?

    Regards

    Duane

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