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Sharp reveals next year’s models

LED LCD screens range from 60-inches up to the gigantic 108-inch display.

Sharp reveals next year’s models
Sharp is showcasing ultra large-size monitors.

Sharp Middle East is giving the region a preview of its latest product innovations from its Business Solutions Division at InfoComm MEA, the second edition of the Middle East professional audio-visual industry show, as part of GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.

On its stand, Sharp is highlighting its extensive range of LED professional display products and solutions, alongside a first look at the newest products set to arrive in the region in 2013. In addition, with the advent of Sharp’s new 90-inch display, the company says its product line-up is “now complete, allowing customers to experience the full range of large-size LED LCD screens which range from the 60-inch up to the gigantic 108-inch display.” A key highlight for  audio-visual professionals will be a first look at the new ultra large-size screens, which slot into the company’s existing line-up of LED displays, topped by the flagship 90-inch LED screen. The previewed product also boasts Sharp’s latest 4K2K ultra-high definition technology.

Sharp is introducing its 4K2K technology into three screens. The ultra-high definition technology that, according to the company, is four times better than standard HD, will be exclusively available on the 31.5-inch, 60-inch and 70-inch displays. These displays are characterised by high-touch sensitivity, low power consumption and an LED Display with a full backlight behind it.

However, Sharp is not only showcasing the ultra large-size monitors. The company’s 19.5-inch touch monitor concept is a product that utilises the MS Windows 8 operating system combined with a 10-point touch screen function to provide a wide range of industry applications.

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