At IFA 2012 in Berlin, Sharp is showcasing the latest progress of its IGZO and ICC-LED 4K TV endeavors. Check out this article if you're interested to know what Sharp has been up to these days in the field of display technology.
Finally here in all its 60-inch glory, we devoted ourselves to the 3D Quattron for a few days to determine its stereoscopic worth. Amassing daunting new technologies such as Sharp's FRED and side scanning LED backlights, we were determined not to let the fluffy tech sway our impressions. Here's our report.
Sharp is finally ready to ramp up their 4-Color AQUOS Quattron series to the 3D stage. The new 3D AQUOS LE925 will carry an X-Gen LCD panel with side-mounted LED scanning backlights. Apart from the typical active-shutter formula, Sharp has also engineered a unique feature not commonly found with other manufacturers. Read on to find out!
Sharp spiced up their AQUOS LED TV series recently by adding a yellow sub-pixel to the conventional RGB formula, and the quad-pixel color technology is probably better known by its "Quattron" moniker. Is it worth its weight in gold? Leave it to us to determine if this 52-inch behemoth is truly capable of scoring livelier hues as advertised.
Sharp's Quattron LED televisions has nothing to do with quantum physics or Tron. Rather, they are a new generation of LCD panels woven with four primary colors in each pixel. Join us as we check out these slim and sexy Full-HD beauties at the launch.