Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Sharp AQUOS Quattron, Yellow Pixel Added to RGB

Have you seen the recent commercial for Sharp’s new Aquos  Quattron TV? It features George Takei (and the TV). Do you remember Sulu from Star Trek? The original Star Trek!? This commercial cracked me up people. Not because of the TV but because George Takei screams like a little girl when he sees the brilliant yellow Sharp has added to its color regime. And then he says “OOOH MY!” in a way that makes it pretty darn clear…well, watch the commercial and you’ll get my point.

But seriously, Sharp will release their new Aquos Quattron line this spring. They’ve introduced a new color that changes the color paradigm on the LED TV by adding yellow to the regular RGB (red, green, blue) format. I’ve not seen it in person, but the reaction George Takei has when he sees a big yellow fish makes me believe it’s pretty darn awesome. Read more on the TV. But first watch the commercial, over and over and over. You’ll bust a gut with this one. Trust me!

Sharp’s new range of Quattron Flat Panel Televisions will be the LC-LE811E, LC-LE821E, LC-LE921E, and LC-LE920 will come in 40 inch, 46 inch and 60 inch with a range of new techincal options to boost the price even higher and with the yellow pixel technology.

We found the selling price for the 52 inch Sharp Quattron television for almost $2,300.00
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