New Tiny-Screen LCD TVs Series From Sharp: DV28 and SB28
Sharp Electronics today released two new series of LCD TVs with cutting-edge features that deliver power savings and convenience. The DV28 series TVs —in 19-, 22-, 26- and 32-inch screen class sizes (18 1/2", 21 1/2", 26" and 31 1/2" diagonals) — pack a slot-loading DVD player for an efficient one-box solution to home entertainment. The SB28 Series — also available in 19-, 22-, 26- and 32-inch screen class sizes (18 1/2", 21 1/2", 26" and 31 1/2" diagonals) — offers a PC input in addition to two HDMI jacks for a complete multimedia display package.
The DV28 series TVs —in 19-, 22-, 26- and 32-inch screen class sizes (18 1/2", 21 1/2", 26" and 31 1/2" diagonals) — pack a slot-loading DVD player for an efficient one-box solution to home entertainment.
Power-saving features have earned both series of TVs the Energy Star rating for power consumption. The DV28 has achieved the latest ENERGY STAR 4.0 rating thanks to advanced features including an OPC ambient light sensor and Sharp's proprietary power-saving mode.
Consumers are looking for energy-saving features that cut back on power consumption without sacrificing performance,” said Bruce Tripido, associate vice president, marketing, for Sharp's Entertainment Products Division. "The Energy Star ratings of Sharp's small-screen TVs demonstrate the company's commitment to the environment. At the same time, lifestyle features including an on-board DVD player and PC input bring a high-quality, integrated entertainment experience to small living areas and secondary rooms."
The DV28 Series builds upon Sharp's high-performance widescreen HD TFT LCD panel. The combination TVs bundle a side-loading progressive-scan DVD player and add two HDMI inputs to accommodate external audio/video sources. The LCD TVs display content in its true 16:9 aspect ratio with 1366 x 768 resolution for a clear and detailed image. A high contrast ratio for deep blacks and detail in dark scenes combines with a fast 5ms response time to deliver a high-quality picture in a compact home theater solution.
Sharp DV28 Series TVs bear the ENERGY STAR 4.0 seal, meeting U.S. Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency guidelines that mandate a 40 percent improvement in energy efficiency in On Mode.
Sharp SB28 series TVs employ a high-performance TFT LCD panel with Spectral Contrast Engine D (Dark), providing a high dynamic contrast ratio for deep blacks and vibrant colors in dark or bright scenes. These models are equipped with a variety of inputs making them suitable for a range of applications including bedrooms, dorm rooms and kitchens. A wide viewing angle allows for placement flexibility and a headphone mini jack enables users to enjoy entertainment without disturbing others.
Two HDMI inputs can accommodate add-on audio/video sources including Blu-ray Disc™ players, video game players, digital video recorders and other multimedia devices. A PC input enables SB28 TVs to serve as large-screen monitors for laptop computers.
Pricing And Availability
- The LC-32DV28UT LCD TV will be available in May; pricing is TBD.
- The LC-26DV28UT LCD TV will be available in May; pricing is TBD.
- The LC-22DV28UT LCD TV will be available in June; pricing is TBD.
- The LC-19DV28UT LCD TV will be available in June; pricing is TBD.
- The LC-26SB28UT LCD TV will be available in May; pricing is TBD.
- The LC-22SB28UT LCD TV will be available in June; pricing is TBD.
- The LC-19SB28UT LCD TV will be available in June; pricing is TBD.
- Jan 6, 2010
Sharp Announces D78 and D68 New AQUOS SeriesSharp Electronics today introduces the D78 and D68 AQUOS LCD TV series, rounding out a lineup of new Full-HD 1080p LCD TVs that offer optimal performance at competitive price points. The D78 series includes 52- (52 1/32" diagonal), 46- (45 63/64" diagonal) and 40-inch (40" diagonal) screen class sizes, while the D68 series touts 40- (40" diagonal) and 32-inch (31 1/2" diagonal) screen class sizes...
- Jan 6, 2010
Sharp Introduces Four New Tiny Screen LCD TVsExpanding its breadth of AQUOS LED LCD TV offerings, Sharp today introduces four new small-screen models with a contemporary, ultra-thin design and high-quality performance. “Sharp has always believed in the potential of LCD technology, and is taking an aggressive approach with LED-backlit sets by offering LED LCD TV series of all sizes with features to fit any consumer need,” said Bruce Tripido, associate vice president, marketing, Entertainment Products Division, Sharp...
- Jul 7, 2009
Sharp Introduces Aquos® LEDSharp Electronics unveils, for the first time worldwide, AQUOS LED, an LCD TV Series that provides the ultimate in picture quality and value, offering consumers the lowest power consumption of any available LCD TV. A new series of LCD TVs that combines Sharp’s award-winning AQUOS LCD technology with a Full-Array LED backlight system, the new LE700 AQUOS LED Series delivers unprecedented image quality and energy-efficient, eco-friendly performance...
- Jul 7, 2009
New Aquos® LCD TVs From Sharp Feature Advanced Picture Quality And Value In Large-Screen MarketToday, Sharp introduces two new competitively priced AQUOS LCD TVs that make large-screen units with advanced performance attainable for more consumers. The complete E Series includes models in 65- (64 33/64" Diagonal), 60- (60-1/32" diagonal), 52- (52-1/32" diagonal), 46- (45-63/64" diagonal) and 40-inch (40" diagonal) screen class sizes (LC-65E77UM, LC-60E77UN, LC-52E77UN, LC-46E77UN and LC-40E77UN respectively), as well as the 40-inch class LC-40E67UN (40" diagonal)...
- Mar 24, 2009
Mets And Sharp Sign Multi-Year Agreement For Citi FieldThe New York Mets and Sharp Electronics Corporation today announced a new multi-year multimedia and community outreach relationship at Citi Field, the Mets’ world-class home opening April 13. In addition to significant in-game branding at Citi Field, including rotational signage, permanent signage on the center field scoreboard, in-game video features, and presence on Mets.com, Sharp will take an active role in the Mets’ community outreach efforts off the field as title sponsor of the Mets/Sharp Electronics Student-Athlete Leadership Conference Series, a program that trains more than 1,200 student-athletes from 30 Long Island high schools to provide drug and alcohol abuse prevention ..