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Sharp Aquos 8 LCD screen

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-13 21:00:00
Sharp widescreen full HD 1080p Aquos 8 LCD : Sharp, a worldwide leader in flat-panel Liquid Crystal Display Televisions (LCD TV), is advancing beyond the competition once again with the introduction of the first models ever produced in a generation 8 LCD factory. Today, Sharp announced two new widescreen, full-HD 1080p Aquos sets in new screen sizes, 46-inch and 52-inch, produced at Sharp's groundbreaking new LCD plant, Kameyama No. 2. The Kameyama No. 2 plant began production operation in early August and will enable Sharp to build the most advanced flat-panel televisions in the world, and also help to meet the growing demand for competitively-priced large-screen high-definition (HD) LCD TVs in the US.


LCD Projectors and Monitors introduced by Sharp

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-08 01:04:00
LCD Projectors and Monitors introduced by Sharp : Sharp is providing customers with multiple options for crystal-clear commercial displays at InfoComm 2006, including an expanded line of DLP and LCD projectors, as well as flat-panel LCD monitors and Aquas TVs for use in multimedia (data and video), digital signage and display applications. The company will announce the general availability of the world's largest, full high-definition resolution 65-inch LCD monitor, model PN-655U, optimized for professional applications. Sharp is also unveiling three new projectors an affordable networked DLP projector designed for educational and business use and two high-brightness, LCD Three Polysilicon Conference/Classroom Series projectors.


Sharp PN655 Professional High Definition LCD Monitor

Mark Peters : 2006-03-19 23:32:00
Sharp PN655 Professional High Definition LCD Monitor : Sharp announced that the world's largest professional LCD monitor, the 65-inch model PN-655, will be available in the USA in June. This robust 65-inch monitor has a full 1920 x 1080 two-megapixel high-definition (HD) resolution for accurate and precise image reproduction. With commercial design and components, the Sharp PN655 offers superior reliability for extended use applications, complementing Sharp's line of professional LCD video/data monitors. The Sharp PN-655 monitor's performance makes it ideal for use in diverse commercial settings such as digital signage, medical imaging, CAD/CAM and flight information displays. The Sharp PN-655 Monitor will be available in June.


Sharp color multifunction copier line

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-12 17:05:00
Sharp color multifunction copier line : Sharp Document Solutions announces the first four of eight new models in a color MFP (multifunctional peripheral) series that represents a significant change for the copier industry: rather than developing discrete MFP engines for various line segments, Sharp has based all models in the series on a scalable engine design, giving Sharp customers access to eight new color models in less than six months. The MX Series products will range in speed from 23 pages-per-minute (PPM) to 70 PPM. Today, Sharp introduces the line's first four MFPs, which range in speed from 23 to 45 PPM (models MX-2300N, MX-2700N, MX-3501N and MX-4501N) and offer cost-effective color as well as advanced functionality.


Sharp XG-MB65X and XG-MB55X projectors

Mark Peters : 2006-02-09 00:10:00
Sharp XG-MB65X and XG-MB55X projectors : Combining high brightness with outstanding performance and a full feature set, Sharp's new Conference / Classroom Series XG-MB65X and Sharp XG-MB55X projectors are ideal for corporate and educational customers. The portable Sharp projectors feature Texas Instruments DDR (Dual Data Rate) Technology is the semiconductor chip developed by Texas Instruments, which improves the projector's contrast ratio through microscopic mirrors that recreate a video or graphic source by reflecting or not reflecting light onto a projection surface. DLP technology for high image quality (2000:1 contrast ratio), as well as XGA native resolution that is ideal for any educational or meeting room setting.






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