Sharp 80-inch TV to Europe
Sharp's 80" TVs coming to Europe

30 Mar 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

Sharp is now introducing their first 80-inch TV in Europe. The TV, called LC-80LE646E, comes with Sharp’s X-Gen panel, backlit LED, a USB recording function and the Aquos Net+ Smart TV platform.

Sharp 80-inch LC-80LE646E

Sharp is pushing the limits of consumer TVs. First, they aggressively entered the 60-inch segment with affordable prices, later the 70-inch segment and recently the first affordable 80-inch TVs were introduced in the US. Sharp is now bringing their 80-inch TVs to Europe.

60 vs. 70 vs. 80 inch
An 80-inch TV has a screen area more than double the size of an 55-inch TV

A 80-inch TV is four times larger than a 40-inch TV, and more than twice the size of a 55-inch TV. Sharp promises an incredible HD experience and is also quietly entering into competition with the projector makers. Despite its size, the TV is still energy efficient and has an A++ energy rating.

Sharp 80LE646E
Sharp’s new 80-inch 80LE646E

The TV is called LC-80LE646E in Europe and is based on Sharp's X-Gen panel combined with a backlit LED system to avoid clouding / bleeding issues. Sharp also boasts a 100 Hz system.

Sharp 80LE646E
Sharp’s new 80-inch 80LE646E

The TV will incorporate Sharp’s Aquos Net+ Smart TV platform with TV apps such as YouTube, as well as a new USB recording function, dubbed TimeShift+, that will enable users to connect an USB hard drive and pause live TV channels or record for later viewing.

Sharp LC-80LE646E will be available in European in 2-4 weeks.

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