Sharp – “AQUOS Quattron G series” - featuring “four primary color technology” that improves color reproducibility – 4 models will be released this summer
Sharp is releasing 4 models (60, 52, 46, and 40 inch) of the “AQUOS Quattron G series” with “four primary color technology” that allows for improved color reproducibility. The 60, 52, and 46 inch models will be out on June 20 and the 40 inch model will be out on July 30.
The series features an “8.29 mega sub pixel driver system” that analyzes and corrects outline, brightness, and colors of images, “240 fred speed” that improves performance of motion pictures, “LED brightness technology” that improves contracting expressiveness, etc.
There are other useful functionalities such as “Visual motion guide” that displays both information of TV programs and online news on the same display, “AQUOS City” that displays internet contents categorized for different fields and plays internet contents, and “Mimamori Service” that sends usage notices by email or text message, which can be useful to know how an elderly person in your family who lives far from you is doing.
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