Sharp 60" LCD Hits OZ $2299

Written by Oonagh Reidy     15/01/2013 | 01:08 | Category: LCD

AS UHD TV come into flavour, Sharp touts a 60-inch full HD LCD TV

Sharp 60


Sharp's 60-inch Full HD LED LCD was released in Oz this week with a $2,299 pricetag. 

The Japanese company has hit troubled waters of late, although has sold well Down Under and recently revealed new TVs in CES 2013, last week. 

Read: Sharp Moves From Big TVs To Ultra High Definition In 32" Monitors

Sharp's television includes X-GEN Panel for better colour expressiveness and picture quality, UV2 photo alignment -which  provides a higher contrast ratio and eliminates backlight leakage and Advanced OPC (Optical Picture control) which automatically adjusts the TV's brightness level based on ambient light.

Fine Motion Advanced 100Hz reduces motion blur when watching fast moving sports and action scenes, SRS TruSurround HD, Bass Enhancer and USB media playback are also on the new 60" Sharp LCD TV.

The new Sharp TV is available in a traditional black bezel (LC-60LE631X) for $2299 or a modern white bezel costs $100 more at $2399 (LC-60LE631XWH). It is available at all major retailers.

For further information and full specifications visit www.sharp.net.au.

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