Sharp has introduced several new flat panel TVs at IFA 2010 in Berlin, and one of these are the high-end LE924 model that comes without a 3D panel. It should be considered a LE925 model without 3D capabilities but LE924 is still packed with new technologies such as LED, 200/240 Hz, Time Shift recording, Internet and a sleek design.
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Sharp LE924 is LE925 without 3D
Sharp LE924 is pretty much similar to Sharp’s flagship model LE925 and LE924 should be regarded as a LE925 without 3D. Therefore it also incorporates Sharp’s most advanced picture technologies.
The panel comes with Edge LED and this also means that the TV is very thin. On the front Sharp has placed a glass plate to create an exclusive look, and all inputs and outputs are pointing either downwards or to the side.
The technical specifications are similar to those of LE925 and we can mention; Quattron panel (EISA winner for best flat technology), Edge LED backlight, 200/240 Hz, 4 HDMI inputs (1 HDMI 1.4) and scanning backlights. The speakers deliver 2x10W and Sharp has also incorporated a 15W subwoofer. The European variant will feature DVB-T, DVB-C and DVB-S2 tuners.
Just like LE925, LE924 will also give users access to the Internet through the AQUOS Net +. Other media features include DLNA, Time Shift recording, and a USB port with DivX HD support.
Sharp LE924 will be available within a few months and has been planned in a 40 inch version called 40LE924. The price has not been disclosed.