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Sharp LE430 and SH330
Sharp introduces new LE430 and SH330 ranges

04 May 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Sharp has not yet announced their entire 2011 line-up but we know that LE830 is coming. Sharp has also announced new inexpensive LE430 and SH330 ranges.

Sharp LE430

Sharp LE430 is the successor to last year’s LE320 model. With LE430 Sharp plans to release a slim, inexpensive TV in smaller TV sizes.

Sharp LE430
Sharp LE430


LE430 will be available in 19, 22, 26 and 32 inches. It will include digital tuners and 2 HDMI inputs. It also features Edge LED, USB playback with DivX support and a PC input.

Sharp SH330

Sharp also plans to release SH330, which is an inexpensive range of TVs in 26, 32 and 42 inches. The models come with 3 HDMI inputs and digital tuners.

Sharp SH330
Sharp SH330


Sharp mentions a USB port with video, image and music support and a PC VGA input.

Sharp SH330 will be available in stores very soon in 26 and 32 inches. The 42 inch model later in May. Sharp LE430 with LED will be available later in May as well.



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