Sharp AQUOS Quattron LE830 Series TV models now available

Sharp has released their AQUOS Quattron LE830 Series HDTV which features company’s edge-lit LED X-Gen LCD panels and Quattron Quad Pixel Technology(adds dedicated yellow sub-pixel), have integrated WiFi, DLNA support and offering CinemaNow, Netflix and VUDU streaming. The series is available in four in four screen size, 40-, 46-, 52- and 60-inches.

According to Sharp Quad Pixel Plus tech enables the reproduction of colors that have been difficult to portray using conventional LCD displays and allows more light to pass through to the panel. The HDTVs have slim and narrow bezel design and are equipped with four HDMI inputs for multiple connections.  The smaller, 40-inch model AQUOS Quattron LC-40LE830U will cost you $1,299.99, the 46-inch LC-46LE830U has an MSRP of $1,499.99, the 52-inch LC-52LE830U is offered for $1,899.99, and the biggest 60-inch LC-60LE830U has an MSRP of $2,799.99.

Sharp LC-60LE830U

Sharp LC-60LE830U

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