Saturday, August 25, 2007

Sharp Corp. LCD TV

Sharp LCD TVSharp Corp. has launched a prototype LCD screen. The wall-mounted LCD panel is just 2 centimeters thick and gets its signal via a high-speed wireless link, so that leaves us with just the power chord and no painful wires.The panel is built on Sharp's cutting-edge technology, is shod with a 52-inch LCD and weighs 25 kilograms.

The high-definition screen has a high contrast ratio of 100,000:1. This provides a clear, vivid image even in bright rooms, and color reproduction that's 50 percent greater than that provided by an NTSC signal, so that colors from digital sources appear deeper and more life-like.

1 comment:

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Some LCD Facts:
• LCD stands for ‘Liquid crystal display’.
• Early LCD television had drawbacks relative to traditional visual display technologies. It displayed fast-moving action with "ghosting" and could be viewed best only when looking directly at the screen or from a slight angle. Most of these problems were solved in recent years, and LCD televisions, along with plasma displays, have become more popular worldwide than cathode ray display televisions. The LCD design is also known for being more energy efficient than the CRT design.