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Sharp Unveils 13 New Aquos DX HDTVs With Blu-Ray Players, Launching on September 10th in Japan

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Following the release of the 20-inch Sharp Aquos DX with an integrated Blu-ray player in June, Sharp has added 5 more sizes to the same series. They range from 26 to 52-inches and they all have an integrated Blu-ray player with BD-Live and IPTV support, thanks to an Ethernet port. The smaller and non-Full HDTVs are the 26-inch LC-26DX2 and the 32-inch LC-32DX2 sets. These TVs have: a 1,366 x 768 resolution, a 7,000:1 contrast ratio, and two HDMI inputs. Let's move onto something actually worth talking about now.

The larger 40-inch LC-40DX2, 46-inch LC-46DX2, and 52-inch LC-52DX2 models actually support Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) resolution, so they'll actually be able to play true Blu-ray resolutions. These HDTVs have a 15,000:1 contrast ratio and three HDMI inputs.

All five different sizes are expected to launch on September 10th in Japan. The price has not been mentioned yet, but they certainly won't be cheap. The 20-inch model back in June sold for ¥150,000 ($1,573 USD) and didn't even have Full HD resolution support, so you better start saving up now. There's been no word if these will hit anywhere outside of Japan.

[Gizmodo, Slash Gear]


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