Sharp Aquos LC-70LE735U
Released July, 2011
The Pros:3D and fast-moving video is rendered smoothly without blur or stutter. Very bright display, works well in a brightly lit room. Fast response, works well for video games.
The Aquos LC-70LE735U is a three-dimensional HD television from the Sharp company. Featuring Quattron quad pixel technology, this model incorporates yellow hues into the standard red/green/blue color format for bright, vivid picture.
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Comprising an 70-inch X-Gen LCD panel and an UltraBrilliant LED backlight, the television offers full support of 3D movie and television content, with the 240Hz "Aquomotion" mode available for fast-paced scenes. A number of internet streaming services are offered via the Connected TV service, using WiFi connectivity to provide native support of Vudu, CinemaNow and Netflix applications. Two USB 2.0 ports have also been provided for fast, easy access to external content that may include music, pictures and video. Serious users can customize picture quality through the Quad Pixel Plus feature, an advanced rendering function that controls the behaviour of all 8-million sub-pixels for optimal viewing based on content type. Finally, "Vyper Drive" is available to provide reduced lag times when playing video games for improved realism and fast response.
- 70" (69.5" diagonal) widescreen display
- AQUOS Quattron 3D technology
- X-Gen LCD panel
- Connected TV capability with native support of Vudu, CinemaNow and Netflix
- Built-in WiFi connectivity
- Quattron quad-pixel technology
- UltraBrilliant LED technology
- 4-milisecond response time
User Reviews (2)
3D and fast-moving video is rendered smoothly without blur or stutter
very bright display, works well in a brightly lit room
fast response, works well for video games
doesn't draw too much power while in operation
online support is well developed, lots of content that all streams well
colors can be tuned to look very realistic and true to life
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