Waiting for the Sharp CES 2012 press conference to begin
At CES 2012, Sharp doubled down on big displays. The company unveiled an 80-inch meeting room display, ultra-thin, ultra-light TVs you can hang almost anywhere, and a 2012 TV line-up that includes 20 60-inch or larger TVs.
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I agree, the picture is truly outstanding, even if we had to Comcast (cable company) out to set up that we could receive HD. My son wants a 80" large HD LCD, but they are still too expensive. When the price comes down, Sharp will own the TV market.