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Sharp AQUOS A series LCD TVs arrive

Sharp‘s just whipped the covers off the Sharp AQUOS A series of LCD TVs, and they’re big screens which won’t run you up big bills. Read on for all the dirt on the Sharp AQUOS A series.

Sharp’s getting in on the low power, big screen bandwagon with the Sharp AQUOS A series of LCD TVs. Sharp says the three sizes in the Sharp AQUOS A series, the 40, 46 and 52 inch models, use up just 120kW/h to 175kW/h per year so you can slash your leccy bills while kicking back.

Specs wise, the Sharp AQUOS A series are snazzy screens too though: all feature a 1080p panel with 120Hz refresh rate, 3 HDMI ports and a 15,000:1 contrast ratio, plus automatic backlight adjustment depending on how dark your room is.

Is that enough to tempt you away from a Sharp TV with Blu-ray built in? The Sharp AQUOS A series launches in Japan with the 40 inch on April 10 for £1,390 (¥200,000) and the bigger two on May 15th for £1,800 (¥260,000) and £2,700 (¥390,000). We’ll be back with more when we get word of a UK release for the Sharp AQUOS A series.

Out April 10 | £from £1,390 | Sharp (Via EngadgetHD)

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