Sharps New Massive 70″ LCD TV

If you’ve been watching the Hockey Playoffs this season, you’ve no doubt seen Sharps ads for their new 70 inch LCD TV, touting it as being bigger than 4 – 46” TV sets or 62% bigger than a single 55” LCD set.

According to local electronics store retailers these new Sharp 70” LCD’s are flying off the shelves and they’re having a hard time keeping them in stock.

At a MSRP of $3,799 the Sharp 70” LCD isn’t cheap but compared to the price of a Sharp 65” LCD at $12,999 just four years ago these things are a steal today!

The New Sharp LC-70LE732U TV is a Full 1080P, 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced, 70” LCD TV.  Massive cannot begin to describe the picture size of the new Sharp 70” LCD TV when compared to a 42” or 50” inch set.  The four color Quattron technology and Full LED backlighting provides vivid, stunning color while the built in Wifi internet connectivity including apps like Netflix and DNLA support make this TV ideal for everyone except those wanting 3D capability.  What? did you say No 3D!  That’s right you heard it right,  the New Sharp 70” LCD TV boasts a massive picture screen, Quattron Technology but No 3D TV.  Connectivity on the Sharp LC-70LE732U includes
4 HDMI inputs, 1 component, 1 composite, 1 RS232, 1 PC/VGA.  Dimensions are 1613mm (w) x 1008mm (h) x 361mm (d)  with the stand or 975mm (h) and 89mm (d) without the stand.  The weight of the TV is 52 kgs

Sharp is the first TV manufacturer to market this year with a 70” LCD.  The 70” form factor will be available from other TV manufacturers this year including Vizio who will have a 3D TV model – so if you’re wanting a 3D capable TV of this size you’ll have to wait just a little longer.

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