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15/04/2014 - Sharp Introduces New Line of Quattron Pro 4K TVs
The 4K TV technology scene has seen new entrants coming out to support it and be part of this revolution. One of the latest entrants is Sharp, one of the leading TV manufacturers. Sharp has come up with a variety of Quattron Pro TVs and some have already hit the UK market.

17/12/2013 - Sharp Slashes the RRP of 4K TV by $3K
According to last month’s announcements, Sharp had priced its new 4K Ultra High Def 70" TV at A$12,999, this being several thousand more than the 65" 4K TV's sold by Panasonic or Samsung.

06/10/2013 - New 70-Inch Aquos Sharp Ultra HDTV Gets a $500 Trim
Sharp's spokesperson has indicated that there has been a $500 reduction on its price. The 70-inch Ultra High-Definition TV has not been released yet. However, its new retail price tag is set at $7,499, down from $7,999. Its new unilateral retail tag also has a $2000 and it is now set at $5,999.

21/08/2012 - The Slow Decline of an Industry Giant
The Sharp Corporation has been in business for over a hundred years, and has been a major player in the home entertainment industry for decades. But last Friday stockholders showed their displeasure with the company’s recent strategy, resulting in a near 30% drop in share prices.

16/07/2010 - Sharp to Introduce VR-100BR1 Triple-Layer Blu-ray Disc Media
Sharp will introduce the VR-100BR1 triple-layer Blu-ray Disc media (write-once) that conforms to the BDXL format specification, the new multi-layer recordable Blu-ray Disc format, a world first. These new Blu-ray Discs will be available in Japan beginning July 30, 2010.

04/11/2008 - Price Deals Fuelling Surge in HDTV Sales

Sales of high definition plasma TVs have risen by 37 per cent in the third quarter compared to last year's figures.
A survey by DisplaySearch has shown that consumers are being enticed to buy plasma sets by sweeping price cuts, especially on 32-inch sets.

07/10/2008 - Solar-powered and Wireless - HDTV Doesn't Come Much Cleaner

Japan’s cutting edge electronics fair CEATEC just ended but it tossed a few interesting titbits into the mix, including a solar-powered HDTV from Sharp.
The LED-backlit 52-inch set receives up to 220kWh of power from a solar floor panel.

23/06/2008 - HDTV sets will need new features for sales to continue improving
Manufacturers will have to install features currently only available as paid-for add-ons in top-of-the-range HDTV models if sales growth is to be sustained.
That is the conclusion of a report by research firm DisplaySearch which suggests that sales of HDTVs will peak in the next two or three years.
It goes on to say that sales will then fall unless manufacturers can add compelling features that consumers are willing to pay for.
Calvin Hsieh, the director of research at DisplaySearch, said internet connectivity, full 1080p resolution, PVR capabilities and upgraded HDMI port specifications need to become standard fare by next year.

19/06/2008 - Shift towards wireless HDTV expected to be gradual as technology evolves

The race to perfect a wireless HDTV system is being contested by three competing technologies, each one with particular advantages without offering the complete package.
But within three years one will have emerged as the dominant system, according to a study by ABI Research.
This is expected to take global installations from an estimated 100,000 this year to the milestone one million by 2012.
Steve Wilson, principal analyst on the report “Wireless Video Cable Replacement Market and Technologies”, said the wireless HDTV market was still in its “incubation” stage.
He said a “battle of technologies” was being fought by the three contending systems, loosely characterised as 5 GHz, 60 GHz, and ultra wideband (UWB).

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