Sharp has today unveiled their new Sharp LE820 HDTV whic is equipped with their new Quattron Quad Pixel Technology which was showcased at CES 2011.
Quattron Quad Pixel Technology takes the traditional red, green, blue color spectrum on standard HDTV’s to a new level with the introduction of a yellow pixel creating Quad Pixel Technology. Watch a video of Sharp’s presentation at this years CES, explaining Quattron Quad Pixel Technology after the jump.
Sharp’s new LE820 HDTV also comes equipped with a 120Hz refresh rate and edge LED lighting. It also has W-fi connectivity and includes onboard apps for Netflix, Vudu and CinemaNow streaming, but the Wi-Fi feature wont be available on old the models in the new Quattron Quad Pixel HDTV range, which will include models ranging from $1,299 upto $2,799 with screens sizes from 40 to 60 inches.
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