The Japanese giant Sharp announced two 4K Ultra HD TVs for Europe. Here are the features and astronomical prices for the same.
Like its compatriot Sony and others, the manufacturer Sharp took advantage of IFA 2014 appointment in Berlin to present its new Ultra HD 4K TV products. It was discovered a family of UD20 TVs capable of displaying a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels with a refresh rate of 60Hz and 3D effects, but also provided with a Yamaha home audio system.
At content side, we can go through a dedicated portal called AQUOS NET+, with Wi-Fi connection, or draw in home appliances, thanks to connectivity of HDMI/USB ports and Wi-Fi/Miracast. Those not originally in 4K will be converted through upscaling.
For the grip, you can use the touch tablet or smartphone, but also gestures and voice, through applications available on the App Store and Google Play.
With references of LC-60UD20 (60 inches/152 cm) and LC-70UD20 (70 inches/177 cm), they will arrive in September on shelves at the current retail cost for 2999 and 3999 euros.