Sharp continue with their Quad Pixel technology using a new panel structure that uses a yellow sub pixel alongside the conventional RGB. This allows more light to pass through the panel giving brighter images and more accurate colour reproduction. This is now applied to their 3D panels making a big improvement to images and the overall 3D experience.
Sharp has announced its new Aquos range for 2010. Each comes with a Freeview HD tuner and Sharp’s own Quattron QuadPixel technology, which introduces a fourth pixel colour, yellow, to the standard red, green and blue.
Sharp unveiled its latest home cinema line-up at CES 2010, focusing heavily on its new QuadPixel RGBY matrix technology which adds a fourth colour, yellow, to the traditional primary palette of red, green and blue, promising more accurate colour rendering.
If your after high end installation screens look no further than PSCo. Focusing on new and innovative products PSCo offer traditional plasma screens to touchscreen plasmas from Panasonic coming in at 103 inchs.
Sharp have announced that they have suffered an annual net loss of 125.8 billion yen ($1.3 billion), its first yearly red ink in nearly six decades, due to declining demand and increasing competition amid a global economic slump.
At this years CES in Vegas both JVC and Sharp introduced Blu-ray infused into the HD screens. JVC are to release this summer the 42-inch LT-42B300, which is a 1080p panel, has 3 HDMI inputs and integrated ATSC-QAM tuner. Sharp introduced as part of their AQUOS range several HD screens from 32 inch up to 52 inch with a side-loading multi-slot for Blu-ray, DVD and CD content.