Sharp adds to its lineup of 1080p TVs with a couple of 32-inchers with your choice of speakers on the bottom (LC-32GS10) or on either side of the screen (LC-32GS20). Like other Sharp Aquos TVs, this one brings the serious specs, claiming a 2000:1 contrast ratio, along with two HDMI ports out back. This is the first Sharp HDTV at such a relatively small screen size with a resolution of 1080p, also known as "full HDTV."
But wait, isn't 1080p overkill when you're talking about a 32-inch screen size? Don't get us wrong; we're big fans of 1080p resolution, but when you get down to a screen size less than around 42 inches, 1080p is hardly necessary or even detectable unless you're going to be sitting just a few feet away from the set. Better get some new glasses so you can have 20/10 vision in both eyes if you're thinking these 32-inch Aquos sets' $2399 price is worth it.
Here's another pic and a great deal on a 720p Sharp 32-inch HDTV, a much smarter choice:
Sharp offer their first 32" Full HD TV [Akihabara News]