Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Sharp AQUOS LC-65E77UM & LC-60E77UN HDTV Now Official Sharp Announces Two New Big Screen LCD HDTVs: the 65-In LC-65E77UM & the 60-In LC-60E77UN

In order to watch sports streamed by either YouTube or the Xbox 360 you
would require a proper TV set, wouldn t you? Sharp just launched a
couple of big screen LCD HDTVs so make sure you have some extra cash
stashed around the house. The new models are gianormous at 65- and
60-inch and yes, the 60-inch model is the first in the market to come in
this size.
The LC-65E77UM is a 65-inch monster while the LC-60E77UN is its tiny,
little, 60-inch brother. Both AQUOS HDTVs come with Sharp s Advanced
Super View Superlucent Panel technology which should offer you a
�bright and crisp picture with reduced haze and reflectivity. � Sharp s
Fine Motion Enhanced Technology for 120Hz Frame Rate Conversion is also
available and it will be ready to offer a 4ms response time and a great
sports watching experience.
Bob Scaglione, senior vice president and group manager, Product and
Marketing Group, Sharp Electronics Corporation commented on the new HDTVs:
�With the increasing adoption of flat-panel display TVs, consumers
expect larger screen sizes with advanced performance at a good value.
The addition of the 65-inch class E77 series LCD TV and introduction of
a new screen size class at 60 inches enables more consumers to bring
home large-screen TVs. �
The new AQUOS LCD TVs are also going to impress you with their
energy-efficiency. Equipped with Spectral Contrast Engine, Optical
Picture Control and Brightness Preservation picture processing the new
TVs in the E77 series exceed the EPA s Energy Star criteria. Well that
would be a first, wouldn t it? Are these top of the E77 line HDTVs too
energy-efficient?
The two HDTVs come with four HDMI and two component video inputs, all
1080p compatible. The E77 AQUOS TVs are compatible with various Blu-ray
Disc players and �advanced gaming devices. � They can also offer a
dedicated PC input and an RS-232 is there just in case.
I imagine you like the specs but I also know you will hate the prices.
The LC-65E77UM will cost around $4,499.99 while the smaller LC-60E77UN
will be yours for $3,499.99. Ready to choose one?
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