CE Week 2014Sharp's doubling down on 4K TVs with better upscaling tech and more colors, with wireless HD audio to match.
UpdatedBetter get renovating – with 80 inches of screen goodness, Sharp's new smart TVs don't compromise on space.
Sharp has found another application for its new 90-inch Aquos LCD HDTV, and now plans to produce industrial versions for digital signage.
Offering 60 inches of LED screen for just £1,295, is Sharp's 60LE636 the answer to every cash-strapped home cinema fan's prayers?
Sharp has officially unveiled its second generation Quattron televisons with the Sharp Aquos LE831 series arriving with 3D support and built in Freeview HD.
IFA 2010Sharp has taken its time with its 3D offering. Instead of jumping feet first into the third dimension, it pushed out its Quattron technology while everyone else was showing of their 3D wares.
From next month, Japanese shoppers will be the first in the world to be able to dispense with a few wires in the living room by picking up a high-def TV set with a Blu-ray recorder built in.
ExclusiveSharp previewed its new range of full LED backlight TVs in London this week - the LE600 and LE700 Aquos range - and predicted the technology would flood the market over the next two years.