Sharp Aquos LE700 LED TVs Go Mainstream, But Where's the Local Dimming?

Sharp's jumping into the mainstream LED pool with Aquos LED (they had the pricier XS1). Sharp says theirs are better, since they make their own LEDs and use a next-gen LCD substrate. But there's no local dimming. WTF? Updated » 7/07/09 6:04pm 7/07/09 6:04pm

Sharp Aquos DX LCDs Come With Integrated Blu-Ray Recorders

If you're in the market for a new television and » 10/15/08 3:30am 10/15/08 3:30am a Blu-Ray player, Sharp will help you kill two birds with one of its new Aquos DXs. The company has released a line of LCD TVs that have built-in Blu-Ray disc recorders, which they tout as an all-in-one solution for recording television onto BDs... in case there's…

Contest Reminder: Last Chance to Win a Sharp Aquos 37-Inch TV

Got the answers to those questions yet? If not, you had better get started because today is the last chance to enter and win a 37-inch Sharp Aquos TV. Here is how to enter » 9/12/08 12:00pm 9/12/08 12:00pm.

Sharp Aquos R Series Gets THX Video Certification

Remember when we told you about the first THX-certified flat panel, a $20,000 Vidikron plasma? Well, it's about to get company, from the likes of Sharp, no less. According to Electronista, Sharp has unveiled the Aquos R series, the first LCD certified by THX for theater-grade image quality, with a THX Movie Mode to… » 7/20/07 5:54pm 7/20/07 5:54pm

Sharp Refreshes 1080p LCD HDTVs in Japan: the R Series

Big-screen LCD pricing continues its downward march, with Sharp announcing its R Series of high-end Aquos 1080p LCDs that all have that latest 120Hz refresh rate that Sharp calls Double-Speed Advanced Super View. » 2/20/07 10:01am 2/20/07 10:01am