Sharp's new 70 inch Aquos Quattron 3D TV isn't the biggest 3D TV out there, but it's the biggest one from Sharp. They've been making flat screens since the dawn of time, and here's my hands-on... er, eyes-on.
Sharp's whipped out the tape measure, hoping to win your TV-buying eyes with giganticness. Its new full array LED-backlit LC-70LE732U certainly is mammoth, packing 70 inches of screen size, along with the standard streaming video services (Netflix and Vudu).
The folks at HD Guru are reporting that Samsung will be deeply slashing prices on their 2008 line big-screen DLP HDTVs starting this Sunday. We're talking discounts of up to $600 (maybe even more if purchased with an online discount). That puts the 67" (HL67A750) 1080p LED-lit DLP at $1800 after the $600 price cut.…
It would seem that 100-inch or larger LCD sets are best left to the big boys, and Sony is, at least for now, not included in that particular club. "I think it is unnecessary for many companies to make a 100-inch TV," explains Sony Corp President Ryoji Chubachi.