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Sharp 2010 line-up
Sharp 2010 TV line-up - with prices


By Rasmus Larsen (@flatpanels)
08 Mar 2010

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FlatpanelsHD gives you an overview of Sharp's 2010 flat panel TV that has recently been announced. In 2010 Sharp’s TVs will have a new design built from exclusive materials such as glass and the TVs will be thinner than ever because of Edge LED backlights. You can also find and overview table and prices at bottom of this article.

The Sharp LE820 review is online now: Sharp LE820 review.

Sharp LE920
Sharp LE920


Sharp 2010 line-up in outline

In 2010 Sharp will launch new TV models ranging from very cheap series to expensive series. The main feature is the new very slim design because an Edge LED backlight, as well as Sharp’s new Quad Pixel technology that adds a yellow sub-pixel to the panel.

The design has received a major facelift, and several of the 2010 models from Sharp have been built in exclusive materials with a glass front that makes the bezel and panel fade together. All of the new 2010 models from Sharp are slimmer than 4 cm, even when Sharp increases panel size to impressive 68 inches.

Sharp LE820
Sharp LE820


The 2010 line-up will incorporate Sharp’s new panel technology Quad Pixel. Instead of traditional LCD panels that use RGB (red, green, blue) Sharp has added Y (yellow) in order to market the so-called YRGB panel. Sharp says that the addition of the yellow colour provides more distinct and accurate colours.

Sharp will also introduces 200 Hz, faster response time and a USB input that eats music, images and video (including HD video and DivX).

Sharp LE920
Sharp LE920


The two new LE820 and LE920 series features Time Shift recording on built-in flash memory. This allows users to record their favorite TV program, put TV on pause, as well as providing additional recording functionality.

In 2010 Sharp will be launching the AQUOS NET giving users access to the Internet. Sharp has not revealed which services will be available except from Netflix (US only). We should probably expect YouTube as well. DLNA has also been incorporated in the 2010 Sharp models.

Sharp LE920
Sharp LE920


Sharp LE920

LE920 is Sharp's new flagship model with a beautiful combining exclusive materials and glass. LE920 also has Time Shift functionality and the new Quad Pixel panel.

Sharp LE920
Sharp LE920


  • Design in glass
  • Edge LED
  • 200 Hz
  • Time Shift recording
  • Quad Pixel (RGBY)
  • DVB-T, DVB-C, DVB-S
  • DLNA
  • USB port (Music, pictures, video)

    Sharp LE920
    Sharp LE920


    Sharp LE920 will be available from May 2010 in sizes 40, 46, 52, 60, and 68 inches called 40LE920, 46LE920, 52LE920, 60LE920, and 68LE920.
    See prices at the bottom.

    Sharp LE820

    LE820 is the step down from LE920. LE820 will be available in sizes up to 60-inches and features the AQUOS NET and the glass design.

    Sharp LE820
    Sharp LE820


  • Design in glass
  • Edge LED
  • 100 Hz
  • Time Shift recording
  • Quad Pixel (RGBY)
  • DLNA
  • USB port (Music, pictures)

    Sharp LE820
    Sharp LE820



    Sharp LE820 will be available from April 2010 in sizes 40, 46, 52, and 60 inches called 40LE820, 46LE820, 52LE820, and 60LE820.
    See prices at the bottom.

    Sharp LE810

    LE810 is the step down from LE820, without the exclusive design materials. The Time Shift recording has also been removed but it still features the Quad Pixel panel and AQUOS NET.

  • Edge LED
  • 100 Hz
  • Quad Pixel (RGBY)
  • DLNA
  • USB port (Music, pictures)

    Sharp LE810 will be available from April 2010 in sizes 40, 46, 52, and 60 inches called 40LE810, 46LE810, 52LE810, and 60LE810.
    See prices at the bottom.

    Sharp LE320

    LE320 is an inexpensive range from Sharp without the Quad Pixel panel but still with a very slim design and low power consumption because of the Edge LED backlight. LE320 ranges all the way down to 19 inches.

    Sharp LE320
    Sharp LE320s


  • Edge LED
  • USB port (Music, pictures)

    Sharp LE320 will be available from June 2010 in sizes 19, 22, 26, 32, 37 and 42 inches called 19LE320, 22LE320, 26LE320, 32LE320, 37LE320 and 42LE810.
    See prices at the bottom.

    Overview chart and prices

    Below you’ll find an overview of specifications.

    Sharp 2010 line-up
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    And below you see the suggested retail prices on the new TVs from Sharp.

    Sharp 2010 TV prices
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    The Sharp LE820 review is online now: Sharp LE820 review.




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