Sharp has announced a PRO 65″ LCD TV. However they have refused to put a price on it.
Sharp has announced what it claims is the world’s largest professional LCD monitor, a 65-inch model that will be available this June.
At press time, a spokeswoman for Sharp said that the company had not named a price for the new PN-655 LCD monitor, which features 1920 x 1080, two megapixel high-definition resolution. Detailed specifications were not available, although the company said it would provide a range of connectors, including DVI inputs.
The company’s Dual-Fine Engine technology was included, to help the diplay show off PC as well as video content. The PN-655 also contains a four-wavelength spectrum, cold-cathode fluorescent backlight that provides an enhanced color spectrum including deeper, more vibrant and vivid reds,” according to the company. A technique called Bright Pixel Elimination culls “stuck-on” white pixels, to make a failed pixel “invisible to the viewer,” Sharp said.
Pixel response time for the PN-655 is less than 6 ms. The viewing angle is greater than 170 degrees.
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