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Sharp 40LE925
Sharp LE925 also coming in 40-inches, 40LE925

21 Oct 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

We tested Sharp's new high-end LE925 yesterday and now Sharp has announced that the LE925 will arrive in a smaller 40-inch variant, too. This also means that Sharp will introducing their 3D picture quality to the 40-inch segment for the first time.

Sharp 40LE925

Sharp unveiled their LE925 range of 3D-capable TVs at IFA 2010 in Berlin from 46 inches to 60 inches. Now Sharp has announced that the flagship model LE925 will also be available in the popular 40-inch size for living room setups.

Sharp LE925 3DTV
Sharp LE925 3DTV


The new 40-inch model will be named Sharp 40LE925 and it has the same features as its bigger brothers. This includes the Quattron Panel, Internet capabilities, scanning backlights, LED, DLNA for streaming, glass design, and naturally the 3D mode.

Expect to see the 40LE925 in stores in November/December 2010.



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